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Old 01-17-2007, 05:46 PM   #11
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Thank you all again...will have to tell my LFS to bring one in in the near future for me...

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I have two in my 125. I have the bullet and a pink spotted goby. They do OK till they run into each other and then the pink spotted will chase the bullet away and then they forget about each other till the next time they run into each other. You might be OK
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Well here's to hoping

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Old 01-17-2007, 09:08 PM   #14
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I have two in my 125. I have the bullet and a pink spotted goby. They do OK till they run into each other and then the pink spotted will chase the bullet away and then they forget about each other till the next time they run into each other. You might be OK
Haha.
That sounds just like my tank.
I've got a Gold Headed Sleeper goby and a Rainfordi goby in my 125, and for the most part they are just fine together, but every now and then the Sleeper will get too close to the Rainfordi, all of a sudden take notice him, and chase him into the rocks.
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Try Nassarius snails. Work great and they aren't to expensive.
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I agree, nassis are great, so are fighting conchs.
Grim, can you update "my info" with your tank size/equipment/critters?
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