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Old 12-06-2008, 09:10 PM   #1
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Question Gobies and Blennies?

Can Gobies and Blennis Co-exist in the same tank?
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Old 12-06-2008, 09:19 PM   #2
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Yes...I have had both gobies and blennies together in my system. I wouldn't suggest putting them together in a small tank but 55+ and they should be just fine.
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Yes...I have had both gobies and blennies together in my system. I wouldn't suggest putting them together in a small tank but 55+ and they should be just fine.
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I agree. I have two gobbies and a blenny and they even think about each other. They will do OK with each other.
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Any Good selection of Blennies you guys might recommend?
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Black sailfin blenny





Pink spotted Goby



Bullet goby

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Nice! BTW I love the Hammer Coral
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Both of them are hammer corals. The darker one is a regular one and the lighter one is a branching hammer. Thanks for the compliment. BTW what type blenny or goby are you thinking about?
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Both of them are hammer corals. The darker one is a regular one and the lighter one is a branching hammer. Thanks for the compliment. BTW what type blenny or goby are you thinking about?
I don't know yet on which Blennie to get yet... I have a gobie so I thought a blennie would be cool to add still trying out my options....

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The midas blenny is a pretty cool fish. Have a look here.
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