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Cave Goby

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Cave Transparent Goby
(Fusigobius sp.)
Starting at $23.99
…best if it is kept with other docile species.The Cave Transparent Gobies are known to successfully spawn in an aquarium. They typically build a cave under a rock, where they lay their eggs upon the ceiling of the cave.The diet of the Cave Transparent Goby should consist of a variety of brine shrimp,…
Cave Transparent Goby, Captive-Bred ORA ®
(Fusigobius pallidus)
Starting at $24.99
…Captive-Bred Cave Transparent Goby is very hardy and more accustomed to conditions found in home aquariums. Therefore, it makes a great choice for novices and seasoned aquarists alike. The ORA Captive-Bred Cave Transparent Goby can also be kept with a variety of other captive-bred gobies, if…
Catalina Goby
(Lythrypnus dalli)
Starting at $29.99
…Catalina Goby is considered one of the most beautiful gobies. It has a bright red body with a vivid blue mask and vertical stripes on the front half of its body, and the tail has a yellow tint. This species is very peaceful and will not harm other fish, corals, or invertebrates. The Catalina Goby
Masked Goby
(Coryphopterus personatus)
Starting at $25.99
…often found hovering above the bottom in caves and in shaded areas of reefs. It will rarely become aggressive towards other fish and is found in schools on the reef. Masked Gobies are known to successfully spawn in an aquarium. The diet of the Masked Goby should consist of a variety of brine shrimp,…
Fan Dance Goby
(Stigmatogobius sadanundio)
Starting at $7.99
…have larger fins while the females are smaller and colored light yellow. These gobies will spawn on the roof of caves or flowerpots, and the male will stay with the eggs in order to guard them. Feed the Fan Dance Goby a quality flake food and meaty items such as brine shrimp, bloodworms or tubiflex…
Wide-barred Shrimp Goby
(Amblyeleotris latifasciata)
Starting at $23.99
…in brown and blue. They are a peaceful species that will inhabit a small cave in which they will normally not venture far from. These gobies may form a symbiotic relationship with a pistol shrimp. The Wide-barred Shrimp Goby should be kept in a 10-gallon or larger aquarium with a sand covered bottom…
Prehistoric Dragon Goby
(Gobioides broussonnetii)
Starting at $12.99
…and Central America. The prehistoric Dragon Goby has a long slender body much like an eel with purplish lavender body color.The Prehistoric Dragon Goby is ideally kept in a 50-gallon or larger aquarium decorated with plenty of rocks, plants, and caves in order to provide adequate hiding places for…
Japanese Snapping Shrimp
(Alpheus bisincisus)
Starting at $34.99
…the possible exception of very small shrimp. They may form a symbiotic relationship with a shrimp goby if they are compatible.Japanese Snapping Shrimp thrive in environments with sand, rock caves, and dim light. If in pairs, one will often stand guard at the burrow while the other is inside. The…
Randall's Assessor Basslet, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Assessor randalli)
Starting at $59.99
…ideal setup for the ORA Captive-Bred Randall's Assessor Basslet is a well-established 30 gallon or larger aquarium with large amounts of rockwork, caves, and overhangs. The ORA Captive-Bred Randall's Assessor Basslet can become territorial once established, so it is best not to keep other basslets…
Tiger Snapping Shrimp
(Alpheus bellulus)
Starting at $12.99
…relationship the Pistol Shrimp has with gobies (e.g. Amblyeleotris or Stonogobiops). The goby, with better eyesight, warns the shrimp of predators. The shrimp share its food with the goby.Tiger Snapping Shrimp thrive in environments with sand, rock caves, and dim light. If in pairs, one will often…
Snapping Shrimp
(Alpheus sp.)
Starting at $16.99
…from the equally beneficial relationship the Snapping Shrimp has with gobies (e.g.;Amblyeleotris or Stonogobiops). The goby, with better eyesight, warns the shrimp of predators. The shrimp share its food with the goby. Depending upon the species, Snapping Shrimp may also have symbiotic relationships…
Snapping Shrimp (Build Your Own Kit)
(Alpheus sp.)
Starting at $8.75
…from the equally beneficial relationship the Snapping Shrimp has with gobies (e.g.;Amblyeleotris or Stonogobiops). The goby, with better eyesight, warns the shrimp of predators. The shrimp share its food with the goby. Depending upon the species, Snapping Shrimp may also have symbiotic relationships…
Bullseye Snapping Shrimp
(Alpheus soror)
Starting at $39.99
…Snapping Shrimp does not normally form a symbiotic relationship with gobies (e.g. Amblyeleotris or Stonogobiops), but rather is a free-living reef species.Bullseye Snapping Shrimp thrive in environments with sand, rock caves, and dim light. If in pairs, one will often stand guard at the burrow while…
Striped Shrimpfish
(Aeoliscus strigatus)
Starting at $23.99
…invertebrates in a reef setting. It requires plenty of hiding places such as caves or overhangs. The Striped Shrimpfish reacts poorly when harassed by other more aggressive fish such as blennies, wrasses, gobies, triggerfish, and porcupinefish. When first introduced into the aquarium, live…
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