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    Senior Member C-Dub's Avatar
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    i need an answer fast

    which is beeter and why

    skunk cleaner shrimp
    or
    Red handed cleaner shrimp
    33g tank
    60 pounds of lr
    1 clown
    1 black harbour goby

    75g in the works

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    red handed or red banded?

    to my knowwledge they're pretty much the same thing (skunks and red banded) just going by different names from different regions.

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    Senior Member C-Dub's Avatar
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    no
    they are different. check jl's new and notworthy page to see a red handed cleaner shrimp.
    33g tank
    60 pounds of lr
    1 clown
    1 black harbour goby

    75g in the works

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    I'd go skunk cleaner, cooler to watch and better chance of him cleaning your fish

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    It depends What your purpose is.
    almost any shrimp will clean a fish given the opprotunity
    so i will assume you are referring to a skunk Cleaner. I like them, fun to watch and Those guys HAVE to pick at stuff.
    Who says Dogs are the only creature that's happy to see you?

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