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Old 01-29-2012, 05:31 PM   #1271
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We definitly want a cleaner, and the pistol for the goby. Think we could fit a banded as well?
I think you can since they have a very small bioload.
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Old 01-29-2012, 05:34 PM   #1272
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Okay cool! If we do get one which will be in a long time, do you think it would be good to get a very small one and add him last?
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Old 01-29-2012, 05:43 PM   #1273
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Okay cool! If we do get one which will be in a long time, do you think it would be good to get a very small one and add him last?
Yep thatd be best
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I dont really want to chance him killing my other shrimp though that would succk
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Old 01-29-2012, 06:16 PM   #1275
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I would think so. But do you want two bigger types of shrimp? A sexy shrimp is smaller and still interesting. Same with a harlequin but I think they have hard feeding requirements.
Harlequins are some the most awesome looking shrimp. Like you said though, they only eat starfish.
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Old 01-29-2012, 06:33 PM   #1276
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Harlequins are some the most awesome looking shrimp. Like you said though, they only eat starfish.
Yea, that really sucks! Lol
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How could you feed them prepared food? A Leg of a starfish? I really want one now lol.
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How could you feed them prepared food? A Leg of a starfish? I really want one now lol.
Lol like mini starfish that you buy right?
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Im not sure. I know they eat the smaller ones, I think they're called asterina stars. I thought I heard that you can feed them legs of starfish. I have no clue though.
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Yup i think you just cut off a leg and feed it to them.. The leg will grow back so people just have like 20 starfish in a seperate tank and keep choppin off legs and waiting for it to grow back...
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