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Old 12/19/2007, 04:29 PM
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Bi-Color Blenny Question

So I have an adult Bi-color blenny in my reef tank and I caught another blenny of somekind at the beach today. Can I have both in the same tank or will there be a war?
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Old 12/19/2007, 09:48 PM
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Bicolors can become very territorial towards any smaller or passive fish added after them but every fish is different. I had one that tolerated the addition of a rainford's goby (small and passive fish) in a small 12 gallon tank with no problem but have also seen them harrass new fish even in bigger tanks.

I would try to ID the new fish if you can.
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Old 12/19/2007, 10:24 PM
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No they'll fight
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Old 12/20/2007, 12:39 AM
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I think they'll fight, too. Unless your aquascaping provides many caves and rockwork.
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Old 12/20/2007, 03:45 PM
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Bi-Colors are one of the more agressive blennies out there.. they'll even take a nip at you when they feel like it.. Had one when I first started reefing years ago...
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