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Old 08-04-2009, 07:03 PM   #11
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Flame angels are awesome aswell! my brother has one in his 55G. Looks great! I love your fish selection as well!!! Good luck!!!
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Yeah, i think i will skip out on the pseudochromis then. Only because im looking for a more, peaceful but active community. Not something thats agressive and i have to deal with. Im going to try the starry blenny and the watchman goby. However, can anyone tell me what fish really burrows in the sand? Im really looking for a cool fish that lives in the sand or at least plays with it alot.
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Old 08-04-2009, 07:13 PM   #13
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Get a pistol shrimp. They dig LOTS and should / may pair with the watchman.
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Oh yeah, the pistol shrimp is definitely on my list, i just havent got to deciding the inverts i want yet lol. But the pistol shrimp and peppermint shrimp are first on my list. I would like to get a cleaner shrimp but they are expensive. Would like to wait a little bit and see how the cheaper things fair off in my tank.
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A really cool fish that burrows is the scooter blenny! not sure if your tank is big enough yours might be minnium. But they make a GREAT addition.
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THey burrow when they sleep
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I love the scooter blenny, but they really need to be stocked like a mandarin would (very well established tank) IMO.
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What about the purple sea slug thing? Since my tank is going to be non-aggressive couldnt i house one of those?
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I'd avoid them. I'm not very well read, but I believe they will nuke your tank if/when they die.
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I'd avoid them. I'm not very well read, but I believe they will nuke your tank if/when they die.

Ive heard the same.. heres a pretty good sight >>> Sea Slugs & Nudibranchs
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