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Old 08-21-2014, 10:45 PM   #11
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yup. 50 gal requirement. they get a good size on them so you'll enjoy it
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Old 08-22-2014, 12:02 AM   #12
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Good choice, They are like a Radiata without the price tag With the right lighting, those white fins should shine! Post pics if/when you get it.
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ouch that sucks...sorry for your loss. there fun fish to watch.
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I have a mombassa lion. He's great. When he fans out and swims in open water he's much larger than when he's perched in the corner. That being said, I went through 3 diamond gobies (each larger than the last) before I said no more. His mouth is the size of a silver dollar when he yawns. Click image for larger version

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thos mombassas are awesome looking. it was another one i wanted to get.
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