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Old 10-10-2008, 08:23 PM   #11
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Thanks for the great and helpful replies guys, I think its fantastic.

Dracula Goby
Coral Beauty Anglefish
Firefish
Ocellaris Clownfish (maybe pair)
Yellow Watchman Goby
Blue Reef Chromis (possibly small group)
Royal Gramma
Midas Blenny

Skunk Tilefish *might need a larger tank
Red Srtipe Goby (Pair maybe - but hard to come by)

I know I can't keep putting every fish that catches my eye on here, but I would like a "busy" tank that is peaceful with out being to territorial and have a major bio-load.

Matt.
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You could look into a goby pistol shrimp combo...
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I'd do the goby shrimp combo as well: Stonogobiops sp., your Dracula goby and Alpheus shrimp. You could also add a pair of ocellaris or percula clownfish, the firefish, and if you want an angel look into the pygmy's. I remember posting pygmy angels available at some point so you can search for it on AA
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To me, the pistol shrimp is by far the greatest sand stirrer that I have in my tank! Just be advised of 2 things:
1. Make sure your rock is firmly placed on the tank's bottom.
2. They are nearly blind and use the goby as a guide, by placing it's antenna on the goby's body for direction, but if anyone tries to mess with the goby or shrimp, wait till you hear that "POP!!!", and you probably won't see a lot of the shrimp....just gotta wait and sneak up on it.
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