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Zebra Catalina Goby

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Looking at the PICS... look at the review...

u know u wont regret buying this SUPER adorable Goby,

as they play hide and seek in ur tank... :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/prod_display.cfm?c=15+31+1132&pcatid=1132

im so Excited to get my hands on a pair soon...

Wooohoooo~!~! :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:

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They will do better in cooler water unless they have been acclimatized to warmer water at the wholesaler..

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Thanks bro.. I will be acclimatising them very slowly. I seriously hope they'll do fine in my tank. Adjusted my chiller temp down to 26..

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Will be getting more.. contact me if u are interested...

Perfect gift for.urself for christmas.. :D

PM me the cost too.

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Will be getting more.. contact me if u are interested...

Perfect gift for.urself for christmas.. :D

Hi Bro

Been following your discussion on the zebra catalina goby from Mexico. Recently, Irwana brought in both catalina & zebra catalina gobies. My understanding from reading US marine fish forums is that these are temperate fishes that can thrive only in water temperature that are no higher than in the low twenties celsius. Anything higher will shorten their lifespan. For me, this requirement is the main deterrent to acquiring these otherwise vibrantly coloured & attractive fishes. Would like your opinion as you are currently keeping them.

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Hi Bro

Been following your discussion on the zebra catalina goby from Mexico. Recently, Irwana brought in both catalina & zebra catalina gobies. My understanding from reading US marine fish forums is that these are temperate fishes that can thrive only in water temperature that are no higher than in the low twenties celsius. Anything higher will shorten their lifespan. For me, this requirement is the main deterrent to acquiring these otherwise vibrantly coloured & attractive fishes. Would like your opinion as you are currently keeping them.

mine is at 25C which is doing fine... i wouldnt push it to beyond 26... it still living healthly in my tank...

just that i will see it once every week only as they are really small...

Plus for nano thats able to keep at 25C

hope it helps.. :D

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