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Old 04-07-2012, 02:42 PM   #1
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Goby question

I got a diamond goby he has been hideing for almost a week. He just started coming out and sifting sand must of got hungry lol. My question is should I be adding something for him to eat. Im sure theres only some much stuff in the sand for him. I have a 75 gal. Thanks
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How long has the tank ben up and running? Mine has been up since October and my yellow watchman goby doesn't even come out when I feed anymore. He only goes through the sand.
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Old 04-07-2012, 02:46 PM   #3
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I bought my setup off cl he had it up for year + I have had it for almost 2 months
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He should be ok, but tossing him some food might not hurt. Is he plump or skinny?
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He looks like how I bought him what shoud I add. Something like brine shrimp
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When mine would come out to eat, he would swim after mysis that I threw into the PH for all of my fish. I have done krill once and awhile, just don't like it as much as I do mysis.
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