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Old 12-27-2004, 02:38 AM   #1
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Question about a Clown Goby

As a few of you know I was lucky enough to get one of these inside of a coral I bought..... The sucker hides insde one particular piece of LR for the most part...... I NEVER see him.... he's been in there about a week or so.... any chance he'll start comming out more??? I have several corals he could hang out on.....
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Is it a clown shrimp goby or yellow clown goby? If it is a shrimp goby, try getting it a pistol shrimp to hang out with. Mine are out all of the time.
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Clown Gobies start shy but end up hanging aound the front glass after a while.
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Kewl.... I'll keep my fingers crossed.... Lando it's just a dwarf clown goby.... thanks though....
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mine hides about 50 percent of the time and hangs out in the front on the sand the other times. i still have not seen mine eat. i think it is eating pods at night

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i have a small yellow clown goby, he always hides, hes always in a few select spots, sometimes just in the corner of the tank, inplain view, but isnt very active, i too have never seen him eat in the 4 days ive had him... im hoping hes eating off the rock or bottom
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