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    Just got here yesterday, and spent the morning catching and looking at all the fish, corals and inverts.
    Unknown zoas

    Nuclear green palys

    Zoas in low tide


    Cowrie

    Snowflake eel baby

    Baby whitespot cucumber

    Unknown sps (anyone know id?)

    Baby convict tang


    This is just day one, ill keep everyone updated when i go for a dive in a few days


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    Quote Originally Posted by Daltonbilecki View Post
    Just got here yesterday, and spent the morning catching and looking at all the fish, corals and inverts.
    Unknown zoas

    Nuclear green palys

    Zoas in low tide


    Cowrie

    Snowflake eel baby

    Baby whitespot cucumber

    Unknown sps (anyone know id?)

    Baby convict tang


    This is just day one, ill keep everyone updated when i go for a dive in a few days


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    Love Maui, we go every year we have family out here that lives in la Lahaina, enjoy the trip


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenkie83 View Post
    Love Maui, we go every year we have family out here that lives in la Lahaina, enjoy the trip


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    Yep definitely my favorite island, im down over in kihei. Fam has a place as well


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    Nice! Looks like fun.

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    If you catch any gold cleaner wrasse or flame wrasses lmk

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    that convict so cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowbudget View Post
    that convict so cool
    Super underrated tangs. Especially in schools. If you heard them into your net you can get 10+ at a time





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    are you going to bring them home?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowbudget View Post
    are you going to bring them home?
    Im planning on shipping a box or two. Along with some chameleons


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    One or two isn't enough? Over harvesting is part of the problem with depletion of the environment. NRA members get blamed for killing everything or anything they see. When in reality it's poachers that ruin it. Legal and conscentious hunters or collectors want there to always be enough to continue the availability of animals in the environment to support the sport or hobby.
    No Chameleons on Hawaiian Islands. You mean Anoles? Take all you want. Invasive species like Cane Toads, Weasles, African snails, and others. Sadly Tilapia are taking over the islands because people raisng them are dumping them everywhere. Also able to live in brackish/saltwater and will eat any fish they can fit in their mouthes ruining any habitat and eco-system they are placed in. Beautiful Koi ponds are now ugly Tilapia filled ponds there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sklywag View Post
    One or two isn't enough? Over harvesting is part of the problem with depletion of the environment. NRA members get blamed for killing everything or anything they see. When in reality it's poachers that ruin it. Legal and conscentious hunters or collectors want there to always be enough to continue the availability of animals in the environment to support the sport or hobby.
    No Chameleons on Hawaiian Islands. You mean Anoles? Take all you want. Invasive species like Cane Toads, Weasles, African snails, and others. Sadly Tilapia are taking over the islands because people raisng them are dumping them everywhere. Also able to live in brackish/saltwater and will eat any fish they can fit in their mouthes ruining any habitat and eco-system they are placed in. Beautiful Koi ponds are now ugly Tilapia filled ponds there.
    There are lots of Jackson Chameleons in the wild in Hawaii. Not native. But I agree, just take what you are going to use and enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sklywag View Post
    One or two isn't enough? Over harvesting is part of the problem with depletion of the environment. NRA members get blamed for killing everything or anything they see. When in reality it's poachers that ruin it. Legal and conscentious hunters or collectors want there to always be enough to continue the availability of animals in the environment to support the sport or hobby.
    No Chameleons on Hawaiian Islands. You mean Anoles? Take all you want. Invasive species like Cane Toads, Weasles, African snails, and others. Sadly Tilapia are taking over the islands because people raisng them are dumping them everywhere. Also able to live in brackish/saltwater and will eat any fish they can fit in their mouthes ruining any habitat and eco-system they are placed in. Beautiful Koi ponds are now ugly Tilapia filled ponds there.
    There’s actually a ton of jacksons chameleons haha. And day geckos, mourning geckos, skinks, and other reptiles. All invasive. And taking a couple baby fish will barely harm the ecosystem, compared to the spear fishers that aim for the big adult breeders. Most babies wont make it to adulthood anyway.


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    Nice update

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMerchant View Post
    Nice update

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    Thanks, and thank you for holding my corals haha


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    Found these cool rubber zoanthids, they’re super dense and grow like a mat over the rocks. Not the prettiest coral though


    These snake polyps are also pretty uncommon in the hobby


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