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Old 05-24-2012, 01:45 PM   #591
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Should i go and pay for it?? I dot want it to be bought... I never see large ones like this! :0
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Old 05-24-2012, 01:51 PM   #592
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If i had the room i would hold it for you haha
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Old 05-24-2012, 04:10 PM   #593
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Jl should we buy him?? Im a bit worried about our small clown. We could make the payment on him and pick him up in a few weeks i guess! 10 dollars...
Heck yeah get him. Mine are 7-8" and haven't touched a fish yet. I'm not worried about a 4" in the least
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Old 05-24-2012, 04:23 PM   #594
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Well this one is about 8" sooo i think it should be ok!! Jl, if a customer called your store and asked to payfor a fish and for you to hold it for them, would that be unreasonable?
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Not to butt in, but I don't think that would be unreasonable at all.
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Old 05-24-2012, 04:33 PM   #596
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Haha great! And PLEASE butt in you guys are all smarter then i so i appreciate all the advice i can get!

Here is the real question, when my 66 finishes cycling should the goby be the first fish to go in?? Just so the lfs doesnt have to hold onto him for much longer?
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I would put the goby in whenever you can, mine is really meek and timid so it's probably best for him to be one of the first fish so he can claim his territory.

I check this thread everyday by the way and i always find myself at least 2-3 pages behind! LOL
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Thanks! He will be the first fish to go in the tank, and out sandbed is about 4" so he should like that! We have tons of extra rock so if it looks like he wants more we can always add some. Im really excited to get this fish, he is awesome. I just hope he is kind to his tank mates...

Sorry about updating so much, you guys give some really great fish suggestions so we are always considering new fish and ideas for this tank. I literally think about the stock all class... Haha
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Make sure your rocks are super duper stable, put them down to the bottom of the tank if you can. My goby has dug out some rocks and they have all shifted about 6-10 inches!!! Luckily there was enough room for them to shift or it could have been a disaster.

I think about fish and coral all day long myself. lol I start the day thinking about them and end the day dreaming about them too. Obsession is rough sometimes.....hehe
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Well this one is about 8" sooo i think it should be ok!! Jl, if a customer called your store and asked to payfor a fish and for you to hold it for them, would that be unreasonable?
I'd do it in a heart beat. If a store won't do it- then they might be worried about their water quality
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