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Old 08-25-2008, 04:22 PM   #21
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Sounds like its time for a shrimp cocktail
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not to sure on this but i think 2 would be all you would need
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i just dont really know what to do
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isnt there also i snail that is excellent at sifting through the sand i cant remember what it is called though i am going to go try and look it up
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does any1 know if a hi fin red banded goby will do a good job?
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I don't think they are known sand sifters.
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Does not look like too great a sifter. He`s the right size for your tank.
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k thx! anything about the peppermints?
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Are you certain they are pepps? I have never had that happen with mine. Can you get a pic?
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pretty sure
only 2 of the "peppermints" attack the snails it looks like. i know that they could be camel or w/e. and 2 do kinda look like they have a higher arched back then the other.
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