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Old 03-01-2013, 06:57 PM   #1
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Best Sand Sifting Fish

I have a gold headed sleeper goby but I was wondering what other good sand sifting fish there are?
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Old 03-01-2013, 08:10 PM   #2
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Yeah there are loads of gobies that sift sand. I also have a scooter blenny (Dragonet) and he is a great sand sifter!
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diamond watchman mine puts in some serious work
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Bullet gobies get huge. Probably ok for fowlrs but ive seen them literally DESTROY reef tanks. I love my diamond watchman. It sifts the whole tank even with fat belly. Diamonds are pretty much the same as a golden sleeper head. Just a different color
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I have a lawnmower blenny and when hes not hiding in all of my rock work hes jumping around digging in the sand! He's pretty great, but hard to get to eat much you have to make sure you ahve some algae on your live rock before you get this guy
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