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    I was wondering if more then 1 Hector's Goby (Amblygobius hectori) can be kept in a 55 gallon reef tank?
    This little wonder eats the hair algae off the sand and rocks which I have been battling so I was wondering if more then 1 would be compatible or would they compete too much for the territory?
    I have had one for a couple of months now and it gets along with everything in the tank. Cute little fish for sure and constantly picking through the sand.
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    Hmmmm, it might work if there is plenty of space for it to hide. Although a bigger setup is better (75+).

    Do you have a lot of algae? If you don't have too much of an algae problem, just keep that one so that it'll always have a source of food to pick on.
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