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Old 06-10-2010, 07:19 PM   #221
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Nice pickup! I always loved my clown gobies! They are so much fun to watch
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Old 06-10-2010, 11:13 PM   #222
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Nice Kevin. What other fish are you planning?
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Haha thanks guys. I love this little guy. He's actually been chillin in the sand in both corners of my tank.

Mitch, i'm thinking of getting the blue neon goby further down the road. I think i'll just chill with this little fish for a while.
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Cool. Any clownfish in your future? They provide free food!
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Cool. Any clownfish in your future? They provide free food!
I assume you are talking about after they have spawned...if not I would love to know what you mean.
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Haha definately after spawning.
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Old 06-10-2010, 11:32 PM   #227
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That's what I thought but I just wanted to make sure. Spawning in the aquarium is hit or miss. I had two pairs one in my main display and the other in my frag tank and both spawned. It is an interesting process to watch. I have a video of it somewhere.
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Na.. no clownfish for me. They get too big in ratio to my tank. I'm not getting any fish that grows bigger than 3 inches. I know some clownfish don't get that big.. but i still don't want a clown lol.
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Fair enough. Maybe a reef safe wrasse? Sixline? Eats pests.
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Like what kind of pests? I actually like the inverts more than i like the fish.. so any little critters running around i'm cool with. But if they aren't reef safe then i'll eradicate them. Also.. my tank isn't that big and i want a fish that swims in the column. I was thinking maybe some type of chromis.. but still.. i'm trying to stick to some really small fish because i want as small a bioload as can be, while still being able to keep the tanks' nitrifying bacteria.

My reason being.. i'm going to be housing lots of coral and really don't want anything that could cause a real spike in my parameters. Nothing messy and nothing with a big bioload. I want the highest water quality i can get while still having fish.
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