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Old 05-27-2003, 04:17 PM   #1
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does anyone have an orange-spotted sleeper goby? I'm thinking of getting one and just wondering if they're difficult to maintain.
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I don't have one now, but I've owned them in the past. They are jumpers and have a nasty tendency to starve to death. I would not recommend them if you have a DSB, they will decimate the fauna needed for a successful DSB.
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thanks for the info, reefrunner. I want something to shift the sand....any suggestions?
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Are you running a DSB (deep sand bed)?

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i have about 2-3" of CC.
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When you say CC do you mean crushed coral or aragonite? What is the grain size?
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I take that back....i have about 1.5" of CC(crushed coral). The grain size-hmm.....not sure, but it's pretty fine.
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