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Old 05-07-2011, 09:33 PM   #1191
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Looking good! I think you should look into getting some cyclopeeze since the candycanes are so tiny, it would help ensure they got some food since it spreads throughout the tank. It's like $20 for the stick of them here but it lasts a really really long time.
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Old 05-08-2011, 05:52 AM   #1192
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You're probably right. I will try to make it through he weekend without tearing anything down lol.

Caught the citron out front finally, though he just ran away. He's my big doof fish. lol


He looks so awesome under the moon lighting. I really like this fish but thinking it is too big for our tank. Might stick with one a bit smaller.
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Old 05-08-2011, 10:09 AM   #1193
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Yeah, the citron is the biggest clown goby. But lemme tell ya, the candycanes are really really tiny. I think you could fit 2 of those guys in your nano. LOL Never realized how small 1 inch really is.
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Snagged a terrible shot of one of the candycanes. I think I may have lost the other one. Have only seen one since I put them in. :-(

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i would bet hes still alive just hiding
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Old 05-08-2011, 10:36 AM   #1196
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LOL. I'm gonna give it another day or so then I'll check for him. Theres a 14 day guarantee on the fishies and they were $20 each! LOL

I had to turn off my filters cause the tiny goby is small enough to fit in the grates on the back of the cube into the filter compartment. But he is eating so that's good.
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is this the tank that u put pods in? looks great though
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Thanks

I have the pods in a separate 10g tank with all the fixins LOL
It's kinda stuck on cycling right now so i won't know if it's working for a while.
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carey what do you feed your tanks? ive thinking of giving this rod's fish food a try
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I'm an NLS girl LOL. I do feed some frozen though and sometimes some freeze dried mysis. But other than that nls flakes and pellets. I also was looking into rods foods but I'd have to order it.
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