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Old 07-18-2011, 11:32 AM   #11
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would they be fine in a ten and with the seahorses
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Old 07-18-2011, 01:12 PM   #12
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would they be fine in a ten and with the seahorses
Yes they will posse no real problem..
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I have a goby in my other tank and he is crazy during feeding time. It's a rock skipper, I'm just worried if I put a goby in the tank with the seahorses they will not get any food.
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I have a goby in my other tank and he is crazy during feeding time. It's a rock skipper, I'm just worried if I put a goby in the tank with the seahorses they will not get any food.
Get a small ywg?
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I personally would not do a crab in this tank. I guess you are talking dwarf SH`s as the regular size ones need 15 gallons per horse. The crabs would grab the SH`s as they move much slower than fish do. Make sure you have some pointed LR so they can grab ahold orf something with their tails. IME
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Would love to know updates on your tank as they come! I am thinking of starting a 24 gal SH tank, but not sure yet!
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i guess i can start a build thread but tomm live rock goes in and salinity will be double checked but should be good
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