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Old 07-04-2013, 08:52 PM   #1
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Dragon goby???

Did anyone have a dragon goby fish?

I'm about to get one but I will like some more info. Of actual owners !! Thanks!!!!
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Old 07-04-2013, 08:54 PM   #2
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I had two but my gourami killed it they're very cool fish I would defiantly get another my old gobys like to eat jumbo shrimp that was torn apart they went crazy for it
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Can you google a pic? Because there are a few different fish sold as 'dragon goby' and there are big differences between them.
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Most dragon gobies sold are in fact brackish water fish known as violet gobies that reach up to a foot or more in length.
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Most dragon gobies sold are in fact brackish water fish known as violet gobies that reach up to a foot or more in length.
+1. That is usually what they are and are not the easiest fish to keep. What size tank are you thinking of putting it in?
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