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Old 02-07-2014, 03:42 PM   #11
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So what about a white banded possum wrasse, harp tail blenny and a clown or two

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Sounds good to me
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I really like my shark-nose goby.
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For a 20g tank there are lots of options! have you checked out livequaria? They have a whole section of nano fish to chose from.

Possum wrasse is a great idea too! I like clown gobies as well, I have a citron goby which is a very large clown goby pretty much. Also kinda unusial to see.
I know some other people have nixed your idea of the lawnmower blenny, but to me it might be doable. They are mostly perchers so they dont really require a whole heck of alot of space. I am also biased though, all my tanks have a lawnmower, just love those guys. But you'd have to stock accordingly as the lawnmower can put out a good amount of poop. lol
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Here's a better photo. Nice thing about these cleaner gobies is they are very hardy and almost 0 bioload. I don't even include it in my fish count. Lol
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I was thinking of one of those also...
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