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Old 12-16-2009, 08:51 AM   #31
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I just couldn't see the bicolor blenny. Looks like a yellow watchman goby in the rear corner.
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Old 12-16-2009, 09:02 AM   #32
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In the rear corner was the two-spot goby. It's really hard to get any decent shots of him on this camera because he blends in so well to the rock and sand that the camera refuses to focus on him. I don't know why but the blenny has been impossible to get a picture of either...

The two fighters have worked something out -- I guess they will agree to disagree... the pile of sand that the goby put there is so high now that it acts like a wall so they can't really see each other.
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Old 12-18-2009, 03:38 PM   #33
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[QUOTE=the pile of sand that the goby put there is so high now that it acts like a wall so they can't really see each other.[/QUOTE]

you should be careful with your rock, ive always read not to put the rocks on top of the sand like that for that exact reason. if those rocks fall over they could cause some serious damage. thats just my 2 cents, and its prolly only worth about 1 haha.
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All of the rocks I have are on top of small rocks that are covered by the sand. I added the sand in last, after all the rocks were in there and stable.
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An update...

It's been a while, but today I went to the LFS and this is the first big change in things since I posted last. Also, I got a new camera for Christmas (well, it's used, but it's new to me) so my pictures won't suck anymore! Here's where things are at:

Cave Goby ("Dusty")
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/dusty01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/dusty02.jpg

YouTube - Cave Goby and Bi-color Blenny making friends -- don't worry, they've settled their differences. They love to hate each other and it's kind of funny to watch. This video is the most violent it's been.

Two Spot Goby
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...spotgoby01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...spotgoby02.jpg

Firefish Goby
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...fishgoby01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...fishgoby02.jpg

Mandarin Goby
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...mandarin01.jpg

Bi-Color Blenny
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/blenny01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/blenny02.jpg -- I really like this picture, I think I'm going to enter it into the photo contest.

Added today:
Green Clown Goby
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...lowngoby01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...lowngoby02.jpg

Bangai Cardinals:
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...ardinals01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog...ardinals02.jpg

Next are tangs, which I haven't thought about in a while -- I'll have to do some brainstorming on what we like and what we can actually find. We'll probably end up with two tangs, one of them yellow, but I'm not sure what's the best choice for the other one...

...and after that I can let the damsels back into the tank. Sarge is getting restless. Here are some pictures of the boys:

http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/sarge01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/sarge02.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/butch01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/magnum01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/magnum02.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/lemmy01.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/lemmy02.jpg
http://www.adamhorton.com/files/flog/good/ruckus01.jpg

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