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Old 09-10-2016, 03:25 PM   #1
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Banded sleeper goby

Does anyone have a banded sleeper goby or know more about them? I was curious to whether they eat uneaten food from the substrate I know they sift but do they require a lot of pods similar to the diamond goby or is the banded sleeper goby a better option? The main question I want to know is will it eat uneaten fish food in the substrate as well as keep it clean? Thanks!
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