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Old 01-04-2005, 09:21 PM   #1
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hi everyone,
currently i have a 25 G with 2 sleeper gold head gobies and 8 snails... my tank are always murky since i put these two gobies there. they always eat the live sand and split them out ..they make the water not that clean as b4.i am wondering is there any way that i can keep my water as clean as b4??

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Not with two sand sifters in such a small space. Gobies of this type are sifting machines and where they get a fair amount of their food supply. About the only thing you might try is a powerfilter with floss and carbon. In all honesty, I would look for a different species for this size tank.

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Water channges or if you are getting this because it is from the gobies then maybe a powerhead will help.
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