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Old 07-30-2009, 12:48 AM   #11
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Cool deal! I had a scooter blenny that didn't make it because I didn't do the research....even though I swear he was eating the frozen.
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Well week 2 has come to an end and all is well still. my firefish has finally stopping taking leaps of faith and has gotten used to my 6 r old "flying" past the tank. I have cple shot os the tank setup and they barely show the "Lawnie" hanging on a rock. he has been pecking away at my "algae wall" and you can see he has been making headway on it. He has also been snappin' up the shrimp treats I add for th firefish and diamond goby. Its like he is a omnivore more that a herbivore. **shrug** Oh and when the camera comes out....they all go into "camera shy mode". lol
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Old 08-01-2009, 12:53 PM   #13
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My lawnmower blenny never ate frozen food. If algae got low I rubberbanded a strip of nori on a rock. Was easily the healthiest, fattest fish in the tank. Nice tank btw. Those nassarius snails are awesome.
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Old 08-08-2009, 11:10 PM   #14
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Mini update:

All is well and the fish seem to be getting along ok now. Still leery of each other espeially the blennie and goby. The blenny keeps one eye on the goby at all times pratically. The firefish has settled down but is still a little jittery if u move too quick past the tank but no more leaps of faith.

here is a picture I managed to get with all 3 fish in the shot. If u lok to the right youll see the OS Goby peeking oout from behind the rock.
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