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Old 12-16-2008, 02:30 AM   #11
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I agree with Allen. I like the Midas Blenny. They find a hole and come out and then somehow back into the hole. Ray has one, pretty cool. I like the forktail, they swim mid-tank (Midas too). I would suggest a mid tank blenny and a sand sifting goby (with a pistol, of course...lol).
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I agree with Allen. I like the Midas Blenny. They find a hole and come out and then somehow back into the hole. Ray has one, pretty cool. I like the forktail, they swim mid-tank (Midas too). I would suggest a mid tank blenny and a sand sifting goby (with a pistol, of course...lol).
I have been trying to find a Pistol for 3 weeks now even online they are out. My LFS says they get them in all the time but for some reason they haven't been getting them in lately? But the Midas Blennie Sounds like a good pick-up..

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Ray "had" a midas. Lovely fish. Mid tank swimmer. Backs into rocks with his head poking out, being nosey. Very personable.

I got the forktail, fang now. Never perches. Always swimming mid tank. Curious. Plays dodge ball with my magnet cleaner. Would never bite a finger so don't worry about the fang part. That just protects him from other fish.
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I agree, the bite is a defense mechanism. If they are swallowed, they bite the inside of the aggressor's mouth and it releases him.
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