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Old 06-28-2004, 11:03 AM   #11
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I figure i will see him in a couple of days


I have a black sailfin blenny and it was about a week before i saw him and a few weeks until he was comfortable being out when he could see people in the room fwiw
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After a week, mine sat right out front on the rocks as though he was watching everything that goes on. Give him some time to get comfortable.
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Yeap, Bennie (the blenny) is very active and comical. Trying all the holes in the rock on for size. Dashing out for food and scarfing on the algae on the back of the tank. He has about cleared out all the hair algae also!

Good luck and hope he pops out soon
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Awesome fish. I dig mine and do feed him some fish veggies, eats anything and everything. The little guy will grow thick and bigger in no time. Mine is not shy at all and will come up to the front and watch me. It is really cool to watch it swim side by side with my Neon Dotty back, they are best friends.
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How big do they get?
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Old 06-30-2004, 09:39 PM   #16
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Has your blenny come out yet?
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