My friend is getting rid of a Blenny called a Molly Miller Blenny because it has been nipping at his clam's mantle. It's in his Qtank/Nano tank at the moment, and he's either giving it to the LFS, or us if we want him. However, we have what is known as a Pinkbar Goby, or Aurora Goby, or Shrimp goby. He's in a relationship with my Tiger Pistol. Would the Blenny be compatable with the goby? I've heard that they don't go well together...and I know that these species are pretty uncommon in the SW aquarium world. I guess answer the basic Blenny/Goby question. But if someone has any knowledge on either of the actual species, please by all means fire away. Here's some pictures to help you out (not the actual fish, just what the species look like) Molly Miller Blenny: apparently AKA the Combtooth blenny Pinkbar Goby The Pinkbar Goby is about 4 inches long (fully grown) and the Molly miller is about 2 or 3 inches, if that makes a difference at all. They will be housed in a 46 gallon setup.