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Old 09-19-2008, 09:32 PM   #11
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Hmmm, good points Kurt, but I would think you want to use a little sand from the tank, so it's full of food. If you plan on using meds I wouldn't add the sand. Just thinking out loud.
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Oh yes and Louise, I`m thinking a 6 ft tank you probably could have two blennies just not the same species. If you do get 2 make sure you read up on them.
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Thank you melosu, any suggestions on what type? louiseberry
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I loved my bi-color blenny. It was fascinating to watch as it hopped from rock to rock. It was always out in the open though sometimes it would be half in a rock crevice. Lots of personality (for a fish). I'm thinking of getting another one. I lost mine after 4+ years to MFD.
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Great, thanks for the help
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Looks like everything has been covered so far. I would guess whatever one creams your twinkie would be good. Melosu58 you should really consider breeding that goby of yours you market it like crazy
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Figi, That fish is my favorite of all my fish. He has such a personality.
Catmel, No problem. I hope we answered your question.
Louise, here is a list of different blennies and a little info about each.

Blennies: Blenny Fish Species Including Bicolor, Striped and other Blennies
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