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Old 07-25-2009, 04:22 AM   #21
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What care is my sponges in my tank going to require?
They are not much care at all. They are filter feeders and filter out excessive nutrients.
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While researching the firefish I came across this bit of information that crabs and bristleworms can actually eat them alive. I know I have bristleworms that are at least 4 or 5 inches.

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Banjii's are interesting. both in looks and the way they carry themselves in the tank.
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I found a red scooter blenny today that was mislabeled as a red spotted blenny and they also had a canary blenny. The scooter seems to have to be in a well established tank so that is left out. Has anyone had any experience with the canary blenny? I know my tank probably can stand another fish but I am wanting to make sure what I get will most likely work together. I know every fish is an individual so it isn't always 100%.
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