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Old 02-11-2010, 12:00 AM   #21
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You could have both the clown goby and a yellow watchman. So...something like this?

2 ocellaris clowns
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Old 02-11-2010, 12:03 AM   #22
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I thought gobies have trouble staying together? In that case that is what i will probably do then.
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Some do, some don't. I would say you are fine since clown gobies stay towards the top where they can perch on coral or rock, and the watchman stays near the sand. Shouldn't have a problem anyway if they do cross paths though.
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I think i am gonna try to get 1 of these guys. There cool and can fit in a 20g tall.

Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Tail Spot Blenny
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That is a nice little fish.
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Old 02-14-2010, 09:29 PM   #26
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Ok, i have come up with a stock lists i want.

1 Tail spot blenny
2 Ocellaris Clownfish
1 Cardinal fish

And then a goby of some sort but i don't know which one. It will most likely be 1 of these in the link below.

Gobies for Sale: Goby Fish Species Including Shrimp Gobies
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Hey Etunes, don't know if your still looking for a paired shrimp goby, but i know that bluezooaquatics.com sells them in pairs. I've ordered ALOT from them and they ship fast, and all of the animals came alive and perfectly healthy so i give them 5 stars. You should check them out.

Also, that sounds like a great little list you have there. Those fish should do nicely in that tank. Just as a side note, if you see your ocellaris fighting, and i mean like really fighting turn the lights off for a bit. It's like a time out for them and they will stop fighting. Do it enough times and they will stop fighting completely. Mine used to fight to the point where some fins were getting a little shredded. I found out and i started to turn the lights out everytime the fighting picked up. Within two days of turning the lights off when they started fighting, they stopped fighting completely and i never had a problem with them since. You could also try throwing some food in there.. but that only gets there attentions for a little while.
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Zer0, your back. Nice to see you buddy. Got any tanks still? Thanks for the advice buddy.
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Thanks for the welcoming back. And well.. no. No tanks for me at the moment. But when my school semester comes to a close, i fully intend to start up another SW tank. This time a smaller one, and i plan to make it exactly to my liking. Unlike the last gigantic 55G that i had :< I think it was the fact that i had too much room in the tank haha. Anyways, i'm glad your finally taking the SW plunge! I've seen a few of your posts round here saying you were going to start up sooner or later. And now you are! Good luck! And i plan to tag along for the ride.
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