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Old 10-02-2010, 04:24 PM   #11
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im in need of something that shifts but doesn't burrow. then i just need to find a away so it dont get picked on by the mean 3
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I have a pink spotted goby and a bullet goby and neither one burrows. Maybe that`s just mine but that`s not what mine do.
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I agree with melosu58,for a 20 gallon a sleeper banded is a great goby for your size tank,and there really fun to watch!
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I have decided to go with the bullet. The way they look is growing on me too. Thanks guys
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make sure you have a GOOD top on your tank. I love the orange diamond goby. my first one actually sifted all my sand (2" bed) and found EVERY piece of left over crushed coral I had before I changed to sand and stacked it in one spot on a live rock just below home. I had a 1" spot he could get through to get out and he did. my second had a 1/2" hole I did not think he could get through ( he was about 2" long)....he did. Just for reference I have a 6 line wrasse that has never been an issue. I will have another as soon as they come back in season.
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