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Old 10-13-2005, 07:54 PM   #1
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diamond gobies

ne1 got any
i got 2 for my 90 gal
they are in my qt right now

what i did was put about 1 inch of playsand on the botom
added water from my main tank
then put in fresh saltwater that i had aging for a little more than a day
then added a cup of live sand from my main to start a cycle
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Old 10-13-2005, 07:59 PM   #2
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So your tank hasn't cycled yet and you have 2 diamond gobies in qt at the moment? Do you have any lr to put in there?

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If I read it right he put playsand along with a cup of live sand from his cycled main in the QT. Only problem with that is if you treat them for anything be sure you discard all the sand. I have a a yellow watchman and a pinkbar. I just feed them normally while in QT. They should be fine in a standard QT until they get in the main
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main tank is cycled qt is not at the moment
thats why i put a cup of sand in the qt to have at least some baceria to keep em alive for the 2 weeks or more


what do gobies eat?
i have :
frozen mysis, daphnia, brine shrimp
flakes , blendermush, and marine pellets
what should i feed?
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Mine eat anything that comes close to them. They are not picky.
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Old 10-14-2005, 06:51 PM   #7
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can u post a few pics of your acrylic tank
i want to get one also (maybee not that big )
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