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  1. Reef Fish
    Thought I would share a couple of shots of my new favorite fish :)
  2. General Reef Discussion
    I'm really looking into shrimp gobies and pistol shrimp, but of course that requires a substrate bottom. Anybody have any tips on keeping it clean and healthy?
  3. Reef Fish
    What are some species of shrimp goby? I want a pistol shrimp for my 30 gall but I want to pair it up with a goby.
  4. General Reef Discussion
    I have a tiger shrimp that needs a friend. My first yellow watchman goby paired up nice with him, but eventually perished. I bought another YWG that I think was just a sick fish, because he only lasted a couple of weeks. This second YWG never really paired up with my pistol and always seemed...
  5. Reef Fish
    My wife and I have a Pearly (Yellowheaded) Jawfish in our 24 gal nanocube and we plan to add a watchman/shrimp goby pair in the future. We were considering adding a Blackray Shrimp Goby/Candy pistol shrimp pair but I have read conflicting information in places I have read that they are very...
  6. Reef Fish
    picked up this little shrimp goby (along with a tiny pistol) a few weeks back, and i've forgotten what spp he is. anyone able to id for me? he's VERY tiny (not sure what size he'll end up), almost transparent with orange spots, dark spots and blue/white spots... hi-fin with black edging... pic...
  7. Atlanta Reef Club
    I listed this on craigslist and though it might be better to share here as well since you guys have helped in the past :) This setup is only a year old, I'm wanting to sell for a move. Full system measurements at largest points are 76.5"H x 76"L x 22"D, the tank itself is 30"H x 72"L x 18"D...
  8. General Reef Discussion
    Toby The Lazy Goby!!! I purchased the cutest little goby a while back in the hopes that he would move some sand...It's an orange spotted shrimp goby, which is reputed to be better than some since it does not move mountains of sand and cover up corals and such. Well it's a good thing this little...
  9. Reef Fish
    What do people think about a shrimp goby-pistol shrimp in a 135-gallon reef tank with a pair of blue spot jawfish and a midas blenny?
  10. General Reef Discussion
    Sorry, but I had to share pics of our newest fish. It's amazing how you can still be dazzled--just like the first fish you ever got. :-)
  11. General Reef Discussion
    Here's a couple new shots of my tank Current parameters Temp 77.8 f Salinty 1.023 (currently raising this, had a little mishap with the skimmer and the ATO system) Ph 8.17 ORP 366 Calcium 410 Alk 9 dkh
  12. General Reef Discussion
    here are my newley aquired additions also got some zoos but are not open yet
  13. General Reef Discussion
    I.D guys, what do you reckon?
  14. General Reef Discussion
    im thinking about setting up a nano tank. (one of the larger all in one setups) and id really like to drop a few sexy shrimp in, but im worried that they will be dinner for some fish that i plan on keeping, i was wondering if you think they would be ok with this list. cleaner shrimp pajama...
  15. General Reef Discussion
    I have been thinking of getting something that will stir the sand bed and eat debri. but i can not be something that will compete with my mandarin for food. At work in in our 24g aquapod display we have a green mandarin and a serpant star along with others fish/corals. It seems to do a good job...
  16. Tank Specs
    Hi all, Here's all the information that I can think of on my system. Our system is currently a 135 gallon Acrylic reef tank (6'x21"x21") 15g sump with sock filtration an in-line protein skimmer (sorry don't remember brand at the moment) A Turbo Twist 6x 18watt UV Sterilizer Odessa Powerhead...
  17. General Reef Discussion
    We recently purchased a Coris Wrasse (what our LFS called it anyway) about a month ago from a LFS we go to on a very regular basis. We've become friends with the manager of this LFS and have not had any problems with them selling us things that "shouldn't" be in our tank. This fish is...
  18. General Reef Discussion
    We purchased a Stonogobiops yasha (Candy Stripe Goby, Yasha Hase Shrimp Goby) on Wednesday, and he initially didn't look so great. After a long acclimitization, he seemed to perk up a bit. He spent the first hour of his time in the tank on a rock with pretty fast gill motion and then he settled...
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