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For all those freshies out there, I just found out that bumblebee gobies are brackish. Anyone try one in saltwater? This blew my mind, I had some of these in a 10g when I was a kid.
 

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For all those freshies out there, I just found out that bumblebee gobies are brackish. Anyone try one in saltwater? This blew my mind, I had some of these in a 10g when I was a kid.
Very cool!

I also heard mosquito fish can live in saltwater.
 

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This order is going to fill up the top 2/3 of my tank. Meaning I need to fill out the sand bed area. Any vendor recommendations for SBB quality sand bed corals? Thinking mostly open brains. Lobos, trachys, or similar. I love the big fleshy colors at the bottom.
 

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This order is going to fill up the top 2/3 of my tank. Meaning I need to fill out the sand bed area. Any vendor recommendations for SBB quality sand bed corals? Thinking mostly open brains. Lobos, trachys, or similar. I love the big fleshy colors at the bottom.
I turned mine into a torch bed, although I may cramp them and start a small goni bed after this sale. Or toss the red cap. Regardless, euphyllia bed > sand bed
 

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This order is going to fill up the top 2/3 of my tank. Meaning I need to fill out the sand bed area. Any vendor recommendations for SBB quality sand bed corals? Thinking mostly open brains. Lobos, trachys, or similar. I love the big fleshy colors at the bottom.
Meats and more meats
 

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I turned mine into a torch bed, although I may cramp them and start a small goni bed after this sale. Or toss the red cap. Regardless, euphyllia bed > sand bed
My sand bed is only at 50 par lol. Not sure torches would like it down there. The entire top of my tank is dominated by torches. I have two basic lobos down there so far and some gsp. They love it
 

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