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Old 03-27-2014, 09:42 PM   #31
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How about a yasha instead??
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How about a yasha instead??

Very cool little goby
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Citrus Clown Goby instead of the Catalina? I like the yasha, I don't like the Yasha's price tag.
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Haha yeah that's currently holding me back as well. Clown gobies are cool.
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I just love that bright orange the coral beauties and catalinas have. If there was another goby or small fish I would totally snag it up and be happy well and if my gramma and firefish would come out of the rocks
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There's the candy basslet, but they kind if have that price tag problem.....
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Ok, so Orange spotted goby/pistol pair, clown goby, and six line wrasse to go with my fire fish and royal gramma... Any issues with that stocking?
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I would get a 6 line you see eat prepared at the store (not a bad idea for any fish) but stocking sounds fine to me
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Yeah, stocking sounds good.
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Ok, last question...what if I get the flown goby (yellow) and a purple firefish and six libe wrasse to go with the firefish and royal gramma?
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