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Old 06-07-2012, 12:55 PM   #21
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They are very misunderstood fish! Haha they are great though, mine is very kind to everyone else in the tank
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Old 06-07-2012, 12:59 PM   #22
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They are the ones that are long and skinny a bit like eels right?
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Old 06-07-2012, 01:05 PM   #23
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Yep the engineers look eel-like.

I have one in my 90g tank and he is a big softie. I even named him teddy bear cause he's so mellow and cute.
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Awesome but can anyone recommend good inverts coral or anemones?
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Can I put more than 1 engineer goby in a 300 gallon tank?
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Yea you can
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Old 06-07-2012, 02:36 PM   #27
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Can I put more than 1 engineer goby in a 300 gallon tank?
Yes. I have two in a 220
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Awesome but can anyone recommend good inverts coral or anemones?
Inverts-
Decorator hermits
Sand sifting stars (after a while)
Porcelain crabs
Mexican turbos (secure everything first)
Nassarius snails
Ceriths (can put themselves back up after falling unlike Astreas)
Mated pair coral banded shrimp (as long as you feed your tank well they can be added with other shrimp IMO)
Skunk cleaners
Blood shrimp
Penderson cleaner shrimp (if you don't have a lot of huge fish)

Anemone
Stick with RBTA and BTA

Corals:
Too many to list without knowing what you prefer
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Also- clams, and feather dusters
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Awesome. Thanks are clams and feather dusters compatible with the fish I have listed on page 1?
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