frankandmaura said:Also, it has been swimming a LOT more than before...I found it in my overflow box yesterday...lol...poor little guy was probably scared to death.
In a 125 gallon you might be able to add another without running into problems. How long has this one been in your tank? Like i said before they can be aggressive to their own kind but in such a big tank might be able to get away with it.frankandmaura said:125 gallon...
Not much in it right now, just the goby, an anenome and some snails...but I plan to add more this week!!
In that size tank i dont think you will have any problems. If your tank was 29gallons or something small like that then you might run into some problems.frankandmaura said:This one has been in there for about 3 weeks...
I won't add one if it may cause problems. I was just wondering if it might help to give it a mate. No need to stress it out more.
I bought mine as a pair from my LFS. Really there is no benefit of a pair vs they might mate and have babies.frankandmaura said:Do you think it will help mine out, are they better in a pair? If there is no benefit, I won't add one.
I don't know Tim... Have you seen Watchmans by themselves as opposed to being in a pair. I think there is more personality when they are in a pair. Also seeing them paired up with a pistol shrimp is cool aswell.Tim224DT said:I bought mine as a pair from my LFS. Really there is no benefit of a pair vs they might mate and have babies.