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Monocentropus balfouri communal member at the water dish

one of my 5 juvenile M. balfouris taking a drink in the communal enclosure. It's rare to get good pics of them. The longer they live communally, the more secretive they seem to get.

Monocentropus balfouri communal member at the water dish
ghostly, Aug 28, 2019
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    • Liquifin
      They're basically ghosts during the day time. Most of the times you're either going to see them when it's super quiet and still or most likely at night. Other than that they disappear like roaches for most of the day. M. balfouri looks beautiful, but they're on my lower list of OW out there since I don't like them as much. But I love the picture.
    • viper69
      and then there was one...
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    • ghostly
      @viper69 lol. I mean, they've been in there together for over a year and I still have five. If everything goes wrong and I end up with one very fat balfouri at some point, fingers crossed that it's at least a female I guess.
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    • viper69
      @ghostly hahah c'mon man, over a year, like that's any indication of anything but luck so far! A year! Cmon!;)
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