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Old 03-11-2011, 10:29 PM   #11
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I've always had royal grammas in each of my tanks and they were always model citizens. You just got a grumpy one I guess lol.

Here a water change, there a water change, everywhere a water change
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Old 03-12-2011, 06:09 AM   #12
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Beautiful fish. Mine protects its island I have him in a 55 gallon tank with a six line, clown and lawnmower blenny. He does do the silent get out of my home scream when the clown or wrasse comes near. The lawnblenny he doesn't care about. I know when I float a bag in the tank all the fish go up and look to see who might be coming to live with them. The gamma does the closest inspection.

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Mine has its moments, like said before usually when going near its turf. When I first got it, and introduced a peppermint shrimp, he chased that thing for days then all was good. I don't have any issues at all now (a year down the road) Current tankmakes are a clown, zebra bar goby, six-line wrasse. oh and a neon goby I almost never see, emerald crab, cleaner shrimp, lots of CUC. I do notice with having more tankmakes he does hid out in the caves more than when it was just two other fish with it.
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Lol! Funny to hear somewhat similar stories...Joy 13, i laughed at your post....very funny how these fish can be so particular. I lenjoy my gramma, and agree its a very unique one. It does have its moments of cage rage, but at most times he behaves ok with the others which is enough for me.

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