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Old 11-14-2008, 07:40 PM   #1
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Bluespotted Watchman Gobie

I pick up fish today the first one in 2 months he has Acclaimated well. I also got a Steal of a Deal at Petco for him. $8.99 he was in the wrong tank he was actually $32.99 which I thought since I have no Gobies in my Tank now should be a Good time to add one Especailly with the price...... Well he look some like the link.... I am happy with him and Glad to have him part of my SW family....:p

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Good pick up. I hope he does OK.
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Yeah these next few days are going to be critical. High Monitor since he is my first fish in 2 months My Damsel is already realizing that he should not be here... But it looks like the gobie is staying out of site as he keeps moving from rock to rock getting aquianted with the habitat.....
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Sweet
I love the to watch my Goby/Pistol shrimp relationship they are stuck together like glue
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I'll post a Pic of him as soon as he stops hiding so much..lol... I had to hand feed him yesterday... and boy was he hungry devouerd the brine shrimp I gave him....
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Here are a couple pictures of the little guy that I picked up. He is doing great and looks very healthy considering he came from petco.... He was coming out from his new home to feed, I took pictures from my Motorola Razr phone.... Could find my Camera in time....LOL...:p... Well let me know what you think


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Thinking about that pistol shrimp now????
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Thinking about that pistol shrimp now????
HHHMMMMM, that might be my next option, but i'm am not a fan of the Pistol shrimp even thou they can have a nice bond with the goby....
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I figure the shrimp works to help move sand, although in only a few tunneled areas. I consider him part of my cleaning crew. But you'll need to ensure all rock is on the bottom of the tank instead of the top of the sand.

I've seen those shrimp in the tiger color, yellow, white, and red.
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