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Old 08-04-2009, 08:26 PM   #31
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Scooter Blennys are kinda tough to keep in smaller tanks.....I had one in my 55 and he starved.......
Flame angels may nip at corals (and coral frags) too....

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Just be careful with the flame angel depending on the fish you can get a reef wrecker or one that's just cool... I believe one of the Moderators had one for Years and ended up fine but then started to wreck his reef... Just be cautions with it...

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Yeap, i will take that into consideration. Thanks guys. Also, i never really had any intentions of getting a scooter blenny.. so ya. I just wanted a starry blenny
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The flamefish are quite amazing though. Think about them. Even though they cost a bit more, consider them because they are such awesome dwarf angels. The only thing is they do like Tank said, sometimes wreck reefs....
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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.
A fish that burrows/lives in the sand. Jaw fish.
YouTube - Blue Spotted Jawfish
YouTube - Jawfish Digging a Burrow

Be careful...check out the frogspawn to the left in the second video

also cool diamond goby
YouTube - Diamond Goby

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