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Old 11-09-2012, 01:29 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by pairenoid View Post
i always wanted one and still do but im gona go with a shrimp goby pair because i already have a shrimp

plus i dont want the sand sifting to mess with my shrimps burrows
Haha they don't care about their burrows they love just digging and fixing them. Some sifting gobies will pair with pistols and then they won't sift anymore. I personally hate pistol shrimp after my last one because they just move so much sand and I'd only have them in a reef tank and mine always moved my corals and tried to use them as support for his openings in his dens. So annoying lol. But my wrasse is doing fine stiring the sand bed up a lot so I'm happy with that. I'd think my snowflake would make a meal out of it if I got one.

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