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claw_atticas 01-26-2009 12:52 AM

Gobies or Blennies?
 
I'm considering getting one more fish (Should be my last one for a while), and currently I have an Ocellaris Clownfish, a Coral Beauty Angelfish, and a Longnose Hawkfish in my 44gal aquarium, and was considering getting either a Goby or Blenny (Maybe two?), and was looking for one of those that gulps up a mouthful of sand and sifts it out (Looking like it's snowing). I was wondering which one would be best, and which ones wouldn't make the rocks tumble by digging out tunnels and holes underneath.

Kellsindell 01-29-2009 11:53 AM

There are many blenny choices as well as goby's. I love the lawn mower blenny because it has a lot of personality and the are very interesting creature. The scooter blenny isn't really a blenny it's a dragonet and it's the same as a mandarin, they have high needs and require copepods (FYI)

Gobys are fun to watch and i'm more concerned about then spitting sand onto the LR more then digging a hole under them (not that some dont). An engineer goby, dimondback watchmant goby and dragon goby, i know for a fact filter through the gills. The neon goby will pick parisites of the fish. Just do your reaserch and check them out!

GL


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