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Jack Dempsey
(Nandopsis octofasciatum)
Starting at $4.99
…55-gallons, with a fine sand bottom. There should be rocks and roots for them to hide among. The plants should be hardy as the Jack Dempsey will burrow around and attack them. The aquarium should be divided into territories using hardy plants, if possible. They are territorial and will eat smaller…
Jawfish, Yellowhead
(Opistognathus aurifrons)
Starting at $28.99
…in its burrow and when it does venture out, if it is startled, it will bolt back into its burrow tail first with lightning speed. As long as the tank is large enough, several can be kept in the same tank. Multiple specimens provide very interesting behavior as they "dance" up and down in the burrow.
Orange Spotted Goby
(Amblyeleotris guttata)
Starting at $14.99
…in brown. It has the ability to form symbiotic partnerships with nearly blind alpheid shrimp. It provides a watchful eye while the shrimp digs a burrow for them to share.It is best suited for aquariums that are 10 gallons or larger which have adequate hiding places along with ample swimming space.…
Tangaroa Goby
(Ctenogobiops tangaroai)
Starting at $26.99
…10-gallon or larger aquarium that contains plenty of live rock and a sand bed. It is not aggressive towards other shrimp gobies and may even share a burrow with another species. Being territorial, it may occasionally quarrel with conspecifics if kept together, or if the tank is too small.The diet…
Pink Spotted Watchman Goby
(Cryptocentrus leptocephalus)
Starting at $21.99
…by smaller blue spots.It requires a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of loose coral rubble, ample swimming room, and a sand bottom for burrowing. It rarely becomes aggressive towards other fish, but it is territorial, and will fight with its own kind unless they are a mated pair. It may try…
Rainbow Cichlid
(Herotilapia multispinosa)
Starting at $14.99
…Hardy, well-rooted plants are recommended, as well as upturned pots and shards for additional hiding places. The Rainbow Cichlid does not usually burrow, so most plantscapes should stay in place. They are a peaceful fish that is territorial and rarely aggressive, except during spawning. It can…
Yellow Prawn Goby
(Cryptocentrus cinctus)
Starting at $18.99
…with pistol shrimp.It requires a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of loose coral rubble, ample swimming room, and a sand bottom for burrowing. It rarely becomes aggressive towards other fish, but it is territorial, and will fight with its own kind unless they are a mated pair. It may…
Shortspine Urchin
(Echinometra sp.)
Starting at $11.99
The Shortspine Urchin, or Rock Burrowing Urchin, has an oval to round black body covered with hundreds of uniform, reddish-orange spines. Typically found in the back reef, this night-dwelling algae cleaner is known to burrow small niches in carbonatic rocks (dead corals) to hide. The Shortspine…
Dracula Goby
(Stonogobiops dracula)
Starting at $129.99
…family, the Dracula Goby digs shallow burrows in sandy substrate and seldom strays far from its claimed territory. Instead, most prefer to perch on the sand just outside or hover in the water column directly above the burrow entrance.While poised outside its burrow, the Dracula Goby keeps a watchful…
Fighting Conch - (Build Your Own Kit)
(Strombus sp.)
Starting at $6
…Fighting Conch is a very hardy member of the Strombidae family. They are excellent sand sifters, and very beneficial in the reef aquarium. As they burrow and dig through the aquarium substrate, they clean and aerate the bottom.Fighting Conches can grow to about 3" and do well in all sizes of reef…
Blue Gudgeon Dartfish, Lyretail
(Ptereleotris hanae)
Starting at $31.99
…They have an elongated body, which is pale blue or green in color, with a long flowing split tail. In the wild, this species commonly inhabits the burrow of pistol shrimp, but they do not seem to interact. They enjoy being in pairs, and make a wonderful fish for a fish only or reef aquarium. The…
Yasha White Ray Shrimp Goby
(Stonogobiops yasha)
Starting at $59.99
…hobbyists. It has the ability to form symbiotic partnerships with most species of pistol shrimp. It provides a watchful eye while the shrimp digs a burrow for them to share.It is best suited for aquariums that are 10 gallons or larger which have adequate hiding places. The aquarium should have a…
Snapping Shrimp, Red Banded
(Alpheus randalli)
Starting at $24.99
…usually reside in a burrow of sand or mud, often with one of the gobies of the genera Amblyeleotris or Stonogobiops. The goby's superior eyesight also gives it advance warning of any predators. They also tend to share some of each other's food.While the shrimp are in the burrow, you will usually…
Fighting Conch, Aquacultured
(Strombus alatus)
Starting at $8.99
…Fighting Conch is a very hardy member of the Strombidae family. They are excellent sand sifters, and very beneficial in the reef aquarium. As they burrow and dig through the aquarium substrate, they clean and aerate the bottom.Fighting Conches can grow to about 3" and do well in all sizes of reef…
Nassarius Snail
(Nassarius sp.)
Starting at $1.99
…and fish waste. The Nassarius Snail is a small scavenger with an oval, spiral shell that resembles an olive pit. The Nassarius Snail likes to burrow in the sand, usually with its long, tube-like siphon protruding from the substrate. As it searches for food, the Nassarius Snail helps prevent…
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