Green Spotted Goby Compatibility with Yasa Hashe Goby

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    waynestuck

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    Hi,

    I have a question regarding the compatibility of a Green Spotted Goby (dragonette) and a Yasa Hase Shrimp Goby. I currently have a Green Spotted Goby and would like to know if these two are compatible. I have the opportunity to pick up a Yasa Hashe Shrimp Goby but don't want to take the chance if they are not compatible. I know that the dragonettes can be agressive. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Wayne
     
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    Actually Mandarins are peaceful amongst different species.The only time they are aggressive if two males are introduce.I've kept Mandarins with Diamond gobies before.I think the two species are too different so go for it.
     
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    Thanks,

    I thought they might be o.k. but wanted to do some checking first.

    Wayne
     
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    winyfrog Yep!

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    they should be fine together. make sure that the yasha is eating well before you take him home, that can sometimes be an issue.
     
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    Good luck with it.I saw a mated pair with a pistol shrimp on livequaria.Nice looking fish,pretty expensive for a little guy.
     
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    make sure you feed em right
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Gobies generally get along fine together.
     
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