- Ancient Fish
|gluckbot ||02-12-2009 08:22 PM |
Redigobius balteatus " Rhinohorn Goby "
Having trouble finding info on their temperament. Are they not aggressive, mildly, medium, very? How active are they and do they tend to stay at the bottom?
|aunt kymmie ||02-13-2009 12:47 PM |
You're not kidding on having trouble finding info on their temperament. I've been looking around on the web for this and I'm not having much luck either :-?
|Twistersmom ||02-13-2009 08:49 PM |
I saw them for sale at The Pet Place. I was thinking of adding some on to my order, but when I tried to research them, I found no info. I did not want to buy something I did not know how to care for. They are cute little fish though. If you get some, you will have to let us know how it works out.
|gluckbot ||02-14-2009 02:48 AM |
LOL, I was also on thatpetplace.com and wanted to buy some but I also did not want to get them not knowing how to take care of them, or their temperament, etc.
|Twistersmom ||02-14-2009 07:16 AM |
Well, from that article, I am guessing they do better in brackish water. You may want to call the store and see what info they give you. I just got done doing a fishless cycle on a brackish tank and orderd some Night Gobies and some Orange Chromides from The Pet Place. The person I talked with on the phone from there was friendly and helpful. I think Night Gobies would eat the Rhinohorns, so I am glad I did not order any!
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