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Old 12-05-2008, 05:06 PM   #1
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I have a 90g FOWLR. I would like to add someone new to the mix, preferably small, colorful, and likes to play in/around the rockwork. (similar to my blue tang). Must be peaceful, and the more interesting looking it is, the better. (I really like puffers, but they won't get along with my inverts).

Current habitants are:
- 1 Medium Sailfin Tang
- 1 Small O Clown
- 1 Small Blue/Royal Tang

- 5 Hermits
- 15 Snails
- 3 Blood Shrimp
- 1 Urchin
- 1 Cowrie

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A pink spotted goby. See my images for what they look like.
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Bi-color blenny. Or a midas blenny. They love to hang out on the rocks. I think the goby will stay at the bottom of the tank at the rocks.

Both playful fish IMO.
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And as you can see they are very photogenic. Love to be in the limelight.
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Nice, I like that goby... I saw a cool little goby that sifts sand through his gills at the LFS too.. what're they called?

I think it may be better if I wait a bit longer for my aquarim to get established before introducing the goby, it's still newly set up. I forgot I also have a blenny in there which came with my LR when I just set the tank up. I have to use an algae clip on the LR to keep him fed for now.
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