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Old 08-30-2005, 12:14 AM   #1
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How aggressive towards each other are multiple gobies?

Can you have 2-3 varieties of single gobies in a tank without conflict if they are different colors? ie yellow watchman and a pinkbar goby.

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Multiple gobies have been fine for me.... but watch out for multiple blennies .

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I've got a yellow watchman, a neon blue, and a yellow clown in the same tank. Of course, each occupy different spaces. I had a pair of high finned (striped) gobys. One of'm sat side by side with the watchman in the pistol shrimp hole. Had to get rid of'm after they kept getting swept into the overflow. Too curious and small I guess.

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