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Old 03-06-2005, 10:19 AM   #11
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That's about what they run at the LFS here. $27.99 for a skunk...$35.99 for a fire shrimp.
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here they are 18 bucks. And 30 for a fire. It is crazy how prices are different everywhere
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Old 03-07-2005, 03:39 AM   #13
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Does the pistol shrimp have the same symbiotic relationship with the Spotted Goby as well? Mine was the same as William. When I first put him in, I never saw him, now whenever I sit in front of the tank he sits right out front and watches me.
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Old 03-07-2005, 08:05 AM   #14
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http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/s...fm?pCatId=1852

A line-up of shrimp gobies.
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Thats cool I have the pink spotted watchman i think ill get a pistol shrimp.
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Is that relationship only with watchmen gobies? I have 2 green clown gobbies comein in soon.
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Mailman - see the link in my earlier post re: line-up
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Is that relationship only with watchmen gobies? I have 2 green clown gobbies comein in soon.
It is only with some select shrimp gobies.
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you paid 30 bucks for a cleaner shrimp. WOW.
That is standard price in my area too!

I recently discovered the popping sound from my live rock was a pistol shrimp...and I too thought Yellow Watchman Gobie would be GREAT! I got him 5 days ago. He has hardly moved from a corner of the tank. I feel I almost need to hand feed him, as he does not move from the corner of the tank. How long does it take a Gobie to get accustomed to the tank. I hope he will seek out his Pistol Shrimp soon.

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