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Old 03/21/2016, 10:47 PM   #1
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Blackline Blenny



Anyone have, or had one? Considering it, but want to hear about their behavior from experience. If not this particular one, give me any behavior stories for any fang blennies.


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Old 09/25/2018, 02:20 AM   #2
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Anyone have, or had one? Considering it, but want to hear about their behavior from experience. If not this particular one, give me any behavior stories for any fang blennies.
Old thread but excellent questions.
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Old 10/03/2018, 01:24 PM   #3
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So sorry for such a late reply. I have two fang blennies doing well in my tank. I have a canary blenny and a smiths blenny. I also introduced a stripped blenny(melacanthus grammistes) but sadly my pair of long nosed hawkfish attacked this particular blenny into hiding and starvation. I introduced all three blenny at the same time, no other fish pay them any attention. Still don’t know why my hawk fish pair hated the striped so much. The canary and smiths are very active open water swimmers, love the LRS and mysis I feed, and I could probably feed by hand if I had fingers as small as tweezers.


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Nice thx for the update


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