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Old 01-08-2009, 10:35 PM   #11
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Lights out. I'll snap one tomorrow.
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That`s what I have. That`s all they do is sift.

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i find that the Diamond Watchman Gobydoes the best job in cleaning, always moving and eating

NOT like the yellow face, that just chills under a rock all day, like mine
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Sleeper goby is a sand sifting monster, maybe to much, might get sand all over LR, Decorations, Coral. but does a heck of a job
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Sleeper goby is a sand sifting monster, maybe to much, might get sand all over LR, Decorations, Coral. but does a heck of a job
How very true. If you look up a few post you`ll see my purple brain with sand all over it.
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I think the best Sand sifting goby is the one that is paired with a pistol shrimp
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