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Old 01-28-2014, 01:25 PM   #31
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No...b+w Ocellaris and orange/white Ocellaris.
Oh haha got it. That makes sense
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Old 01-29-2014, 10:18 PM   #32
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this is a mocha clown haha cool right
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Old 02-04-2014, 01:33 AM   #33
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Haha water is great my fish store checked it added my first fish at first I thought today he had ich but my sand is super fine and some of it was sticking to him luckily here's a pic I know it's funny looking but I like him his name is TigerClick image for larger version

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I'm surprised nobody has touched on this yet.. but you can only put 2 clowns per tank. Two will pair up and kill the others. Getting them of the same breed is preferrable. Two ocellaris clowns of different color morphs will work together nicely.
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Ok he's not a clown though well kinda he's a clown goby what do u think
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Old 02-04-2014, 02:38 AM   #36
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I have a citron goby too, I love mine! We call him dopey goby. lol

Mine will perch on the side of the glass and just check me out, he's quite a little character.

Good luck, glad you got a not so usual goby! Thats the exact reason why I got mine, so it would be a little different than every other tank.
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Ya haha he's funny he knows when it's meal time too it's also cool when I turn the night lights on and his stripes glow haha
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Hey Carey you said that you have a clown goby is it natural for him to go near the top of the water and stay there because he's been doing that a lot today not a lot but like 6-8 times
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Hows the clown goby? or are you talking about the citron? Both of mine dont really go to the top too often, byut dopey goby will perch on my magfloat at the top of the tank or the frag rack when its in there. lol As long as they are not gasping for air at the surface he's just being weird probably. lol
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Ok cool no he just goes up there every now and then he's doing great here's a pic Click image for larger version

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