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Old 08-15-2012, 08:25 AM   #11
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Are you talking about mandarin dragonets? They are referred to as gobuies but aren't actually. lol

I've had great luck with my regular gobies, just need good water and a non hostile enviroment pretty much. I also have 2 dragonets which are a handful let me tell you! hehe....

let us know what fish exactly you are having trouble with and we will try to help!
Hi Carey,

No I haven't quite ventured into dragonets yet lol. Very hard to get to eat frozen foods!!!

My chromis maybe bullying. I've tried smaller Goby's and larger
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:50 AM   #12
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Have you tried a yellow headed sleeper goby yet I think they would be a good fit for your tank personally. They do not to have pods to make it, so that is good for your case. They are also to big for the chromis to bully them around so I personally think they are a perffict fit for your tank.
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:55 AM   #13
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I messed up I really meant a golden head sleeper goby.
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Old 08-15-2012, 12:32 PM   #14
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I messed up I really meant a golden head sleeper goby.
Thanks Reefer. I'll give it a shot.
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Your welcome but you have to know they love to sift the sand a lot. Witch I hop isn't a problem for your tank.
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Old 08-15-2012, 04:14 PM   #16
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Your welcome but you have to know they love to sift the sand a lot. Witch I hop isn't a problem for your tank.
Lol. I love the way they just constantly Hoover the sand bed up. After all it saves me a job.

I put the rocks in first then the sand bed so no worries with shifting rocks.
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O cool I highly recommend it to your tank in that case. Not that expensive ether they are usually about 20 in my lfs. But you can usually find them in any lfs near me. So I don't think it can be vary different by you.
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O cool I highly recommend it to your tank in that case. Not that expensive ether they are usually about 20 in my lfs. But you can usually find them in any lfs near me. So I don't think it can be vary different by you.
Yea same here about 20 but I've had three over 6 months lol

I've just searched golden head and it's a blue cheek I mentioned earlier!!! Lol.

Love them.
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Lol cool
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