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Old 12-31-2005, 07:20 PM   #11
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not sure how hard it is to keep.

Dude at the lfs who seems to know his stuff told me that he is low maintance.

I've had mine for about 4 months and he does just fine.

I have 2 psyco damsiels and they tried him and he's more than able to handle himself. Now has the run of the tank.
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I was just at the LFS in the market for some sort of sand-sifting fish actually. I saw that fish and a Diamond Watchman Goby and i was pretty impressed with both of them. Granted I was watching them in a LFS... but they were both pretty active in filtering the sand. I decided that im gonna go with the Diamond watchman (waiting till the store gets in some juvis) but they are both good options in my opinion
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