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Old 03-10-2011, 10:02 PM   #51
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I love blennys! I have a tribal blenny in my nano, he is pretty awesome but not very colorful. His face markings are pretty neat to watch, they appear and disappear so quickly. I also have a bicolor blenny in my hex tank. I dont like him as much, he is okay but always seems to pick on my snails. My favorite by far is the blue eyed midas blenny we have in our large tank. He is very sociable and always active. Love his colors and especially the blue eyes.

here is the tribal blenny with face markings


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midas blenny


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Old 03-10-2011, 10:07 PM   #52
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Very cool... I like the bi color and the midas. I'll have to try to remember those
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I have a midas blenny in QT, I can't wait to add him to my display.
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Now I'm gonna get all attached to the idea of having these blennies and wont' be able to find them just like the darn fish. LOL
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Blennies are very common. You shouldn't have an issue getting one.
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I was gonna get a goby and a blenny. Would two blennies be ok togehter with the black clowns too?
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Whats the tank size again 29 gallon rite..
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I don't think mixing blennies would be a good idea IMO. One blenny and one goby sounds better
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Yah I`d say definitely only one blenny, specially in a tank that size.
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What kind of goby are you thinking of getting? Any ideas?
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