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Old 05-05-2011, 04:40 PM   #11
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I also have bumblebee snails and they dig deep and clean the sand. Every once in a while I'll see their little noses stick'n out of the sand. And I have a dwarf horseshoe crab (that's what I think he's called anyway) and he burrows all along the tank bottom through the sand. Not sure what he eats but I've had him for 2 years and he keeps the sand aerated.
bumblebee snails aren't good from what i have read ReefCleaners.org | Clean Up Crews and Macro Algae - Bad Snails
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bumblebee snails aren't good from what i have read ReefCleaners.org | Clean Up Crews and Macro Algae - Bad Snails
Thanks for that link.
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Orange spot (diamond) goby is my all time favorite. They are digging machines.
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Orange spot (diamond) goby is my all time favorite. They are digging machines.
Yup. Mine never stops.
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The best sand sifter in the buisness IMO. The bullet goby

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Old 05-05-2011, 06:35 PM   #16
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The best sand sifter in the buisness IMO. The bullet goby

I have one of them too and the diamond puts that lazy bum to shame. hahahahahaha
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I think ur looking for a clean up crew! Lol but some good cuc's include gobies
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