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Old 01-24-2012, 10:59 PM   #341
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Another fish question!

Will Gobies eat Coral Banded Shrimp? I ask because for shrimp I am planning on having one coral Banded, that is it.
My watchman goby never touched any of my shrimp. Of course- right now the only gobies that I have are engineers and they don't bother any of my shrimp (3 cleaners, 2 coral bandeds, 5 peppermints). I even just did a head count because I have never thought to look.
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Old 01-24-2012, 11:09 PM   #342
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Another fish question!

Will Gobies eat Coral Banded Shrimp? I ask because for shrimp I am planning on having one coral Banded, that is it.
Honestly i'd be worried about the opposite happening..CBS's can be mean little suckers..When i had one it chased after fish,ripped their fins and just harassed them constantly ..Then i got a trigger
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Old 01-24-2012, 11:14 PM   #343
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Here is the tiny bit of rock I put in a few nights ago.
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Honestly i'd be worried about the opposite happening..CBS's can be mean little suckers..When i had one it chased after fish,ripped their fins and just harassed them constantly ..Then i got a trigger
Really? Mine stay in their little corner of the tank and only come out when they want something. And these guys are huge. Their antennae are 6 inches long
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Really? Mine stay in their little corner of the tank and only come out when they want something. And these guys are huge. Their antennae are 6 inches long
Exact same with mine. He just hides behind rock with his antennae sticking out
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I guess they're just like fish ,,everyone of them is different ..but i had a mean SOB,and have heard from others who had issues with them too...hope yours stay good
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I guess they're just like fish ,,everyone of them is different ..but i had a mean SOB,and have heard from others who had issues with them too...hope yours stay good
Maybe because I have a mated pair they are nicer? They never leave each other's side.
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Old 01-25-2012, 04:04 PM   #348
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Forgot to include the picture again, lol.
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looking good
Thanks, I hope I can move over more rock from my 55g fairly soon.
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