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Old 02-04-2009, 12:41 AM   #1
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My new Scissortail Goby - Kudos

I just got him last Friday and I'm glad he's doing well in my tank, getting along with my clownfish, Clooney and firefish, Epi.

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wonderful fish, good for you!
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Old 02-04-2009, 08:16 AM   #3
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That is a beautiful fish !!! And a new one to me...congratulations....are they sand sifters?
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No they are not sifters

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Old 02-04-2009, 11:32 AM   #5
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Nice. I want a pair now. Maybe 3 if I can find some living together already at the lfs.

Nope. Not sifters, but they do burrow for sleeeping and hiding quarters.

Jenny - it's your fault. I gotta spend some money now!!!
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hahahhaa.... Thanks guys , don't blame it on me Ray :P. I don't find this goby much at other LFS except one, once I saw it, I told him to hold until I can add new fish and he actually got more shipments on it, so I got to pick the best one and Kudos is the best one

Ray, it's funny how you said 3, because at my LFS, there were 3 of them before I picked one out and you're right, they burrow underneath my LR to sleep and comes out when the lights are on, even my firefish now following him, usually my firefish sleeps in a hole in the LR.

PS: Mind the reflection, the back of my tank is mirrored :|
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Nice pair. Good Pick up Jenny! Those are really nice.... Now you make me want to have a Pair as well...LOL
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It's not a pair Frankie , it's just 1, that back tank is mirrored, I think ppl always mistaken I have a pair when it's just a reflection LOL Thanks btw
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Nice pick up. I thought it was two also. Thanks for clearing that up.
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Yeah why to point that out to me Jenny...LOL
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