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Old 06-04-2013, 12:13 AM   #1
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Pop Quix - Blennies and Gobies

Firstly, are you a fan of Blennies and Gobies?

Secondly - which ones would YOU put in a reef tank? I am currently thinking a Midas or a Lawnmower Blenny, and a pair of Sleeper Gold Head Gobies.

Please note: Proposed aquarium is a saltwater reef setup (around 90G with a 20G sump/refugium setup).

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Old 06-04-2013, 12:34 AM   #2
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I love my starry blenny! Lots of personality. Mines in a reef tank and he has been great. I haven't had a sleeper headed goby, but I've heard they can sand sift a lot, which can get all over the corals and cause problems. I have a yellow watchman goby/pistil shrimp pair in my reef, and he's been great. He doesn't sift at all though since he doesn't leave the shrimp's side.
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