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Wait. There’s no text limit on the reef2reef posts. Could I make a 100 page long essay for each post?
Sure but no ones going to read it. I see your thinking about trying for your article contributor badge lol.
 
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I think a gobiesox clingfish (not the urchin kind) would be a cool fish in my tank. I like their unique nature but they don’t break the bank either
 
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Also they are so easy to keep. They are cb (I think) eat pellet and you can even hand feed. The guy from a site that sells them said that they had them one time in a bag 30 days no food in shipping and it was fine
 
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Yeah they seem like freshwater hillstream loach in terms of flow, they eat basically anything you offer and they live in the Caribbean. They aren’t very active and stay small too
 
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They grow 1.5-2” and basically everywhere I look says they are extremely hardy. Basically a saltwater pleco, hopefully it dosent hide like one. My L183 pleco went to the back of my tank when I got him and I didn’t see him for a whole month
 
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I just watched some videos about the clingfish. They actually eat from your hands and will wag their tail when excited and will interact with you and mabye I think are social. Completely not a pleco
 
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Also, judging from their habitat of costal rock pools they can tolerate a range of saninity and water parameters. I’d say the aqua cultured ones (the common ones) are less hardy but both types are equally likely to breed in an aquarium too. I def want a pair or at least 1 of these
 

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Back few pages to say what you thinking or see !!!!!
Well i see a face on rock ,eyes big nose and mouth watching that blennie ^_^ ha ha
 

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