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Old 01-05-2008, 11:50 PM   #1
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Randalli Pistol Shrimp

I have 1 small Randalli Pistol Shrimp. It looks like both my gobies (Tangaroa & Wheelers Watchman) have paired with it.....that is, I see both of them hanging out near his hole.

Question is...can I add another pistol shrimp...I'm not "hip" to their behavior around each other.
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What sized tank?
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It's a BioCube 29G. The pistol I have now is only about 1 inch long.
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You should be able to fit another one in there. They get to be about 2.5 inches. I would be careful, mine moves a LOT of sand. Try to get one about the same size, or not too much bigger or smaller.
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Thanks...If they have another tiny one, I'll get it.
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