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    Quote Originally Posted by ihavecrabs View Post
    definitely pair one up with a tiger pistol shrimp (like the watchman or yashi). So fun to watch. Would be good to have a pvc structure or rises to hold up the rock work. Gives them space to tunnel without distrumpting the rock work.

    As far as together, i have had gobies and blennies but have made sure to get species specific to an area of the tank (perching in rockwork vs burrowing). Some blennies and gobies do well in groups though.. Not most unfortunately

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    Starry Blenny for sure, at times mine made me feel like I was on the wrong side of the glass

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    Quote Originally Posted by skjohn98 View Post
    Starry Blenny for sure, at times mine made me feel like I was on the wrong side of the glass
    I have one Still shy but only a few days in my tank

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    In a tank this size if you're looking to do multiple of the same species then the bigger blennies are out. Bigger species blennies are more likely to become hostile towards each other. I have a similar stocking plan for my 30 and with the research I've done here's a handful of options I've found that will work together.

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    Sailfin Blenny stays relatively small. They are peaceful too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anarchy View Post
    In a tank this size if you're looking to do multiple of the same species then the bigger blennies are out. Bigger species blennies are more likely to become hostile towards each other. I have a similar stocking plan for my 30 and with the research I've done here's a handful of options I've found that will work together.

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    Thank you very much for all these suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfmkem82 View Post
    Thank you very much for all these suggestions.
    Here's my actual list for my tank

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