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Old 01-20-2012, 07:55 AM   #1
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Engineer goby/convict blenny question

For those that have one, do you recommend placing rock on the bottom or putting it on PVC for this fish? I'm going to a frag-a-thon tonight and I'm trading some zoas for him. Also, I plan on covering my makeshift QT (going to put sand and rock in there for him) for a few days, but read they are not prone to jumping right? He is 5" now. Thank you!
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