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|02-16-2017, 03:45 PM|| |
Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: East Meadow
Adding another bleenie
Want to know I have a 60 cube that's getting a bit or a hair issue. I have a bi color(love him always comes out when I come near tank) wanted to add a lawnmower. Do I think I could do this??
|02-16-2017, 08:54 PM|| |
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Join Date: Oct 2015
Location: Wantagh, Long Island, NY
Reefer Ratings: (13 (100%)
Honestly, I wouldn't. Blennies are notorious for being very territorial. I have a 60 too and tried a bi-color and midas. No good, even with lots of hiding spots. If I had the space, I'd try two blennys again, but only 120+. You don't wanna ruin the first blennys personality. What about a sea hare? Blue legged hermits?
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|02-16-2017, 09:51 PM|| |
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Garden city
Reefer Ratings: (37 (100%)
Ud be far better served with Mexican turbo snails
I've never owned a fish that kept algae at bay like a bunch of turbos will only issue is they die or get eaten or whatever I added 75 to my 220 and thing was spotless but the population dwindled pretty steadily over a ur and now I might have 10 in there and need more because getting Turf and bits of hair algae
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