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Old 06-23-2004, 01:43 AM   #1
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Finally!!!

After months of searching, I found bumble bee gobies!!!!
I was at a store I don't usually go to and didn't see any--they had been there before. I asked about bb gobies and the woman said they were in QT in the back and I could go back there and pick some out. UM, okay....
So, from their QT tank to my QT tank, I finally have my little gobies!!!
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CONGRATS! Isn't it great to find something you've been looking for.

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Thanks for the pic Bearfan~looks just like my guys
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No problem. An interesting looking goby.
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How big are yours, all of them around here are about the size of a pencil eraser.
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3/4" and the roundness of a pencil eraser
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