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Old 10-15-2013, 12:39 PM   #1
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Pink Spot Watchman Goby

I have finally gotten a peaceful tank..30 gallon..with a Pajama Cardinal, True Percula, Royal Gramma Basslet and Black Bar Damsel (very shy). Cardinal and Percula swim in the top, Damel and Basslet swim in the rocks. Now I am thinking of rounding out my stock with a Pink Spot Watchman Goby for the bottom. I also have a cleaner shrimp. Is the Goby a good addition?
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And I forgot..I also have hermit crabs..will the Goby eat those?
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What type of filtration are you running on the tank? Four fish in a 30 seems almost stocked to me.
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I would get a bigger tank for the damsel and cardinal fish. Pajama cardinals are social and damsels just really wouldn't be a good nano fish in my opinion
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