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Old 08-22-2011, 06:25 PM   #11
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haha I am hoping that my clown will hold his own too if the damsel shows aggression. Currently, he is about 1.5 inches, but I think he is a little bit of a scaredy cat haha. He doesn't even like it when the cleaner shrimp tries to clean him. I just talked to my contact at the LFS and he said he gets all of his damsels from a local wholesaler and can hand pick the smallest one so hopefully he is a baby and doesn't think he can come in and own the tank! haha. I wont be ordering him for another week or 2 though. I just had him add a twin spot goby to his order for me, which should be here thursday!
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Old 08-22-2011, 06:49 PM   #12
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Nice, the twin spots are really neat! make sure we get pictures!!lol
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Old 08-22-2011, 06:54 PM   #13
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Of course! Thanks for linking me to the twin spot, carey! I will definitely post pictures. I re-did the LR a few days ago and added a pretty cool red rock with a cave. Also noticed my water getting a little clearer with the addition of the InTank Media Basket! My replacement water flow piece should be here today, so I can fix the small gap where water bypasses the basket
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Rico, what type of Goby do you have in your tank?
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I have an orange spot watchman goby that's always hanging around my tiger shrimp I jus add 4 small hermit crabs today
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Old 08-24-2011, 12:35 AM   #16
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Oh nice! make sure to have extra shells in your tank for them! I just had one of my crabs remove another one from his shell, at which point my cleaner shrimp grabbed him and ate him haha.

So you don't see too much aggression from your yellowtail damsel?
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