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Orange Goby

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Orange Spotted Goby
(Amblyeleotris guttata)
Starting at $14.99
The Orange Spotted Goby, also known as the Spotted Prawn Goby or Orange Spotted Shrimp Goby, was first discovered in the Western Pacific in 1938. Its body is white with orange spots outlined in brown. It has the ability to form symbiotic partnerships with nearly blind alpheid shrimp. It provides a…
Orangemarked Goby
(Amblygobius decussatus)
Starting at $18.99
The Orangemarked Goby originates from the rubble zones of Indonesia, and is also known as the Orange-Lined Goby. They are a sand sifting species that will continually process mouthfuls of sand in their search for food. They have an elongated body with bright orange markings across the face that fade…
Bullseye Snapping Shrimp
(Alpheus soror)
Starting at $39.99
…exception of very small shrimp.Unlike some other Snapping Shrimp the Bullseye 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…
Orange Stripe Prawn Goby
(Amblyeleotris randalli)
Starting at $36.99
…days, but will usually acclimate and begin eating. It is not aggressive towards other shrimp gobies and may even share a burrow with another species.It is possible for the Orange Stripe Prawn Goby to spawn successfully in an aquarium. They may also form a symbiotic relationship with any pistol…
Diamond Watchman Goby
(Valenciennea puellaris)
Starting at $26.99
The Diamond Watchman Goby is also commonly referred to as the Pretty Prawn, Maiden, Orange Spotted Diamond, Orange-dashed, or Orangespotted Sleeper Goby. It was first discovered in the Indo-Pacific Ocean in 1956 by Tomiyama. The head and body are white with orange spots. It is a very timid fish that…
Yellow Prawn Goby
(Cryptocentrus cinctus)
Starting at $18.99
The Yellow Prawn Goby is also known as the Yellow Watchman Prawn, or Yellow Shrimp Goby, was first discovered in 1936 by Herre. The head and body are yellow-orange with bright blue spots on the head and fins. The Yellow Prawn Goby wears an amusing perpetual frown, and likes to peek out from behind…
Bluespotted Watchman Goby
(Cryptocentrus pavoninoides)
Starting at $36.99
The Bluespotted Watchman Goby, commonly referred to as the Blackfinned Shrimp Goby, was first discovered by Bleeker in 1849. There are two color phases. The first has an orange head with blue spots, the body is orange with red bands, and the dorsal fin has black spots. The second phase is olive drab…
Masked Goby
(Coryphopterus personatus)
Starting at $25.99
The Masked Goby is a native of the reefs in the Caribbean. This fish gets its name from its transparent body and orange face. The body of the fish is also covered in white spots.It requires a 10 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of hiding places as they are often found hovering above the bottom…
Dracula Goby
(Stonogobiops dracula)
Starting at $129.99
…wild specimens of the Dracula Goby inhabit open sand areas dotted with rubble near the base of reef structures. In the home aquarium, the Dracula Goby does best when housed in similar habitats. Like other Shrimp Gobies in the Gobiidae family, the Dracula Goby digs shallow burrows in sandy substrate…
Two Spot Goby
(Signigobius biocellatus)
Starting at $24.99
The Two Spot Goby is also referred to as the Twinspot Goby, Signal Goby, or Crabeye Goby. The head and body are white splattered with orange markings. Its erect dorsal fins are distinctly marked by eyespots.It should reside in a 10 gallon or larger aquarium with live sand as a substrate, and an…
Court Jester Goby
(Koumansetta rainfordi)
Starting at $23.99
…Jester Goby, also referred to as the Rainford's Goby, or Old Glory, was first discovered in the Western Pacific in 1940 by Whitely and gets its name from its brightly colored body. The body is green and blue with horizontal orange stripes running the entire length of the body. The Court Jester Goby
Sleeper Railway Glider Goby
(Valenciennea helsdingeni)
Starting at $49.99
The Sleeper Railway Glider Goby originates among the rubble zones surrounding the reefs of Sri Lanka. It is white in coloration with two distinct black and orange horizontal lines extending the length of the body. The dorsal fin is black-edged, giving it a dramatic look. It is a very timid fish that…
Sleeper Banded Goby
(Amblygobius phalaena)
Starting at $23.99
The Sleeper Banded Goby, also known as the Brownbarred Goby and Bullet Goby, was first discovered in the Indo-Pacific Ocean by Valenciennes in 1837. It has a greenish-yellow head with blue and orange dots and dashes. The remainder of the body is yellow with brown bands.It should be housed in a 30…
Sleeper Striped Goby
(Valenciennea longipinnis)
Starting at $21.99
The Sleeper Striped Goby originates among the rubble zones surrounding the reefs of the Indo Pacific. It is white in coloration with a series of black, orange and neon green horizontal dashes and dots extending the length of the body. The head is also marked in the same colors adding appeal to this…
Wheeler's Shrimp Goby
(Amblyeleotris wheeleri)
Starting at $17.99
The Wheeler's Shrimp Goby, also known as Wheeler's Prawn, Gorgeous, or Wheeler's Goby, was first discovered in Indonesia in 1982 by Hoese and Randall. It has a white body with broad orange-red bands and tiny blue spots. The dorsal fin has red and blue dots.It should be kept in a 10 gallon or larger…
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