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Old 04-11-2013, 06:34 AM   #1
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What nano fosh eat pods?

Just wondering as the title states what fish can I put in my 9gallon nano that will control the pod population as well as eat other foods.
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Old 04-11-2013, 09:11 AM   #2
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Maybe a scooter blenny?
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Ill look into it but I think live aquaria will say its to small of a tank
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Maybe so. How about a flaming prawn goby! Perfect for your tank and beautiful. Usually cost around $100. I can get them now for $40. I got one and never see it. Maxes out around 1 inch or so.


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That's beautiful but do they fully depend on pods or other foods to ill have a look at them now ill ring the LFS tomorrow and see if they can order me one in
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I have a scooter blenny in my 7 gallon.

I do feel like he'd like a bigger tank but hes okay for now.
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How big do scooters get
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My watchman goby hunts pods.
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They eat just about any food they can fit in their mouth. I'd imagine pods areca favorite.
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toss a few hermits in there your pods wont last
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