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Old 10-11-2013, 01:57 AM   #31
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Yeah I dont know how u tell their gender....you would assume that with a 23 inch long monster that their parts would be prevalent but I really dont know what/where to look for...lol...I just call mine a he...he is too much of a butthole to be a girl...lol
Regarding the plants....I am tryin desperately to keep a few plants alive and anchored and I've came to the conclusion that this is a cruel territorial game between dragon and myself....lol...its almost like he is thinking "ur not the boss and this is not ur home and I dont want that crap in here"....he destroys them and uproots them as fast as I can plant them....ive tried anchoring them several different ways band and dragon always sabotages my efforts..lol...just like a 2 year old child..lol
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Old 10-11-2013, 02:01 AM   #32
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My dragon goby is about 14-15 imches long. He's about 5-6 years old. No one bothers him at all. He's kind of awnry now in his older age. He used to swim and rub against me when cleaning his tank so tiny and curious. Now, he headbutts my gravel vac and hand all flared up,territorial. I pet him when he's not looking LOL
I just caught the age of yours and mine is around the same age...but mine is 23 inches I wonder if the males are larger than the females? You may have a female if thats the case...
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