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yahsa goby and pistol shrimp


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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Finally got a photo of my elusive pistol shrimp.

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    That is awesome Jim! What substrate is that? I just got my nano29 and I want a goby/pistol combo. I was worried about using the Fiji pink because it's too fine and the shrimp will just dig until he goes insane.

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    Yeah, I am using the real fine sand. I mixed a little crushed coral in with it along the front of the tank. It keeps the shrimp plenty busy with keeping it cleaned out.

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    Nice shot Jim! They are hard to take pics of because they are so skittish. Even then, it's hard to get both in the same shot while in focus.
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    Nice little pair ya got there! great pic too!

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    I wonder if a pair of these would be compatible with my Snow Flake Eel tank?......of to search!
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    Compatible as in lunch...

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