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Old 06-25-2007, 08:25 PM   #1
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Dracula Goby

Just curious if a lot of people have heard of these guys or if anyone owns one. My LFS got one in and my friend that is in charge of their fish orders told me they r pretty rare and he hadn't seen one in a while. Well to make a long story short i bought it. I left it at the store because i wasn't prepared to bring a fish home tonight, but i couldnt help buying it. He will be the first fish added to my 15g nano. Hopefully i'll get some good pics of it when i get it home. They also got a Conspic Angel in that is between 4-5" long, great looking fish.
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Hopefully i'll get some good pics of it when i get it home.
Please do. I want to see what it looks like.
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That's a neat looking Stonogobiops dracula
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yup thats it. I cant wait to bring it home. I plan on gettin a pistol shrimp in the next couple weeks also, so he'll have a friend.
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