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Garden eel possibility?


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    Default Garden eel possibility?

    ok so when i upgrade im strongly leaning towards getting a garden eel and was wondering your thoughts on this species. im going to be getting something in the 90-125g range. how deep of a sandbed would i need and would they get along with smaller fish like mandarins and clown gobies or jawfish? thanks,

    kevin

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    I think jawfish would be a no. I was looking into these and a 6" sand bed is recommended. They are kinda hard to get eating too I have read. They are so cool though.

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