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Old 02-20-2007, 01:47 PM   #11
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Mine is a Amblygobius Semicinctus while the other is a Amblygobius phalaena. As they get older they change also. Mine looked like this in the link from the begining and looks like it does now. When I first got him he was gway and white only. The colors came as he got older. He is about 5 yrs old in that pic.

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Is nobody reading my posts?? Amblygobius Semicinctus and Amblygobius phalaena are the same fish that come from two different regions. I posted a link earlier to a site that talks about the ones from the Indian Ocean having their latin name changed. But they are the same fish.
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I'm reading your posts JM! That's why I asked why it looked so much different.
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Nobody esp. Me is not arguing with you. I believe you. I probably started this with a misprint. I said in an earlier post that the dragon goby is the same as a diamond goby. I meant as a bullet goby. That was a misprint on my fault. I dont know what I was thinking. I`m thinking what is JM getting upset about and when I go back and check my post out I see. Sorry about the brain hiccup.
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This sponsor just posted on aa. They have a Dragon Goby and just announced they are doing free shipping on orders over $150. Just click on their link, on this site and order....
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Well I guess we confused Kimberly enough. You`ve heard the scoop on them and they are good gobies and excellent sifters. Well worth their money you`ll spend. Wish you the best Kimberly.
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Don't forget, a Goby will get lonely if housed alone, but at the same time, they can only have one friend at a time. A pair should do you well.
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I agree with finatic. A pair is recommended to keep these little guys from getting lonely.
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