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Old 05-15-2011, 10:04 PM   #1291
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True. My lawnmower blenny does that too but he's always perched watching me or something else, LOL kinda has a neat personality
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Old 05-15-2011, 11:17 PM   #1292
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I bought a midas blenny today. He has really pretty coloring plus the great personality. Was swimming a lot in the store and then would go hide in a large old snail shell. I'm not sure what the minimum tank size for him (I think 30) but you may look into him if you want a blenny that swims more.
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Old 05-15-2011, 11:20 PM   #1293
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Thanks, I'm gonna go look into him now.
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Old 05-18-2011, 11:25 AM   #1294
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I'm definitely liking the midas blenny. Now if I can just find one locally....

I do have another question. I am thinking about buying this

BioCube 29 Package Deal - Aquarium Filtration Upgrades & Supplies

It has a media basket and a fuge too! I was thinking on just getting the media basket though as I can't find a light to put on the tiny fuge. The only one I found is like $60!! If I just put in the media basket what else can I put in the fuge spot? I was thinking of putting a cheap biocube skimmer in the far right compartment since I don't use a heater. Or does it go in with the return pump? I'm confused AGAIN LOL
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Old 05-18-2011, 12:47 PM   #1295
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Even though nothing has changed, I want more pictures... Pretty please with a cherry on top? It will keep me sane until I get my biocube.
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Old 05-18-2011, 01:42 PM   #1296
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Here you go Betta! i tried to get one of the candycane but he's too small and quick. lol

I am looking for a midas blenny for my last fish. And I'll be adding the male oscellaris in when I break down the 55g to move it. So this build is almost complete!



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Old 05-18-2011, 02:31 PM   #1297
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Here you go Betta! i tried to get one of the candycane but he's too small and quick. lol

I am looking for a midas blenny for my last fish. And I'll be adding the male oscellaris in when I break down the 55g to move it. So this build is almost complete!
Well I just love that citron, how big is he?
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Old 05-18-2011, 02:35 PM   #1298
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He's about 2.5 inches I'd say. For sure the biggest fish in the tank. But he has such personality! We call him the dopey goby cause he's sooo slow and kinda goofy. He will sit right in front of the powerhead and just try to stay afloat. In fact he's staring at me from a rock right now.

He's a great find, very mellow. He lets the scooter and clown sit on his head sometimes.
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He's about 2.5 inches I'd say. For sure the biggest fish in the tank. But he has such personality! We call him the dopey goby cause he's sooo slow and kinda goofy. He will sit right in front of the powerhead and just try to stay afloat. In fact he's staring at me from a rock right now.

He's a great find, very mellow. He lets the scooter and clown sit on his head sometimes.
Cool! You wouldn't say he uses the top half of the tank at all would you?
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Not really. He'll go up sometimes when I feed but otherwise he's bottom to middle. He does like a hidey hole though.
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