Gobiodon Citrinus or Lemon Coral Goby

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  1. Jaak

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    Has anybody had any experience with any of these? What are their survival rates? Are they aggressive, etc...
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    Clown Goby, Awesome, Awesome fish.

    Give him some SPS and watch him hug them like his little teddy bear.

    No aggression. Very good survival rate.
     
  4. Jaak

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    Thanks Warr. There are some at a lfs here in CPT that are almost fully grown, they're around 5cm's. I'm pretty keen.
     
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    very pretty looking fish Jaak;)
     
  6. Tony

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    A beautiful fish. I have the yellow clown goby (gobiodon Okinawae) and as small as he is he's the life of the tank,bouncing from coral to coral. I would like to get another one but they aren't freely available
     
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    I had two of them but they just dissapeared. Is yours in your main tank? What other inmates are in the tank with them?
     
  8. marine101

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    If its big i would take it. Difficult to get large specimens.
     
  9. Jaak

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    I know, I've never seen them in this size before. The lfs won't sell them untill they've been quarantined for a week either. The lfs told me today that they are eating and looking good...
     
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    Not lekker Jaak:(


    Jaak, mine is in my DT. I don't have aggro or predatory fish just chromis, a dwarf angel, regal tang, foxy, YT, a clown and come anthias.

    Any ideas what could have taken yours?
     
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    awesome fish i want one hey
     
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    Nice Shot!:thumbup:
     
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    Stunning fish. How much do they go for?
     
  14. Tony

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    They're about R250 but that was about 8 months ago
     
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    i got a pair for R140 ea in port elizabeth, they are awsome especially when they sit on the tentacles of a finger leather or something. really cool fish i hope to get 2 again someday..
     
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    Here are some pics of mine
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  17. Jaak

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    Nice pics Tony!!
     
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    I think it could've been my nemmie as I have similar fish as you.
     
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    How is my boy

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    Nice Warr!! Can't wait to pick mine up on Thursday!!
     
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    This is a very decant petshop!!!You will know that the stock you buy will survive

    i cant take shops that sell without quarantining the fish for at least 2-3 days
     
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