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Sand Goby

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Diamond Watchman Goby
(Valenciennea puellaris)
Starting at $26.99
Goby uses shallow burrows in the substrate as refuge, keeping the substrate well oxygenated. It rarely becomes aggressive towards other fish, but is territorial, and will fight with its own kind unless they are a mated pair.The Diamond Watchman Goby feeds off the bottom as it sifts through the sand.
Sleeper Blue Dot Goby
(Valenciennea sexguttata)
Starting at $17.99
The Sleeper Blue Dot Goby, also known as the Ladder Glider, Ladder Goby, or Sixspot Sleeper Goby, has a white body with bright blue spots under the eyes and mouth.In order to successfully care for this fish, it should be housed in a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with live sand as the substrate, and…
Bullseye Snapping Shrimp
(Alpheus soror)
Starting at $39.99
…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 caves, and dim light. If in pairs, one will often stand guard at the…
Tangaroa Goby
(Ctenogobiops tangaroai)
Starting at $26.99
…and may form a symbiotic relationship with a pistol shrimp. The Tangaroa Goby is best suited for a 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…
Griessingei Goby
(Discordipinna griessingeri)
Starting at $99.99
…Nano-type aquarium with a substrate of sand or crushed coral. The Griessingei Goby is cryptic; they need plenty of live rock for hiding and as a supplemental food source. The Griessingei Goby tends to do better singly or in pairs. Do not house these gobies with larger, aggressive fish or…
Sleeper Striped Goby
(Valenciennea longipinnis)
Starting at $25.99
…sized sand substrate. The Sleeper Striped Goby uses shallow burrows in the substrate as refuge, keeping the substrate well oxygenated. It rarely becomes aggressive towards other fish, but is territorial, and will fight with its own kind unless they are a mated pair.The Sleeper Striped Goby Goby
Sleeper Green Banded Goby
(Valenciennea randalli)
Starting at $25.99
…Banded Goby is a gem of a goby seldom seen in the aquarium hobby. This charming goby belongs to the popular sand-sifting gobies of the Genus Valenciennea. Better known "cousins" include the Diamond Watchman Goby, Sleeper Blue Dot Goby, Sleeper Railway Glider Goby and the Sleeper Gold Head Goby to…
Orange Spotted Goby
(Amblyeleotris guttata)
Starting at $14.99
…jumping out. The Orange Spotted Goby adapts well to reef aquariums, although it does pose a possible threat to small, delicate ornamental shrimp. It prefers a bed of fine sand and loose coral rubble to sift through.It is possible for the Orange Spotted Goby to spawn successfully in an aquarium.Its…
Decorated Goby
(Istigobius decoratus)
Starting at $19.99
…rubble and live sand as the substrate. A populated attached refugium is important to provide a continuous live food source for the Decorated Goby. A well-sealed canopy should also be provided, as the Decorated Goby is capable of leaping out of the aquarium. The Decorated Goby is non-aggressive…
Jaguar Goby
(Gobiopsis quinquecincta)
Starting at $26.99
…and a sand bed. Consider an aquarium landscape that simulates reef rubble zones with varied topography. Provide open sand and rubble flats of varied coarseness or arrange a network of small and mid-size live rocks to create a honeycomb of tunnels. Similar to other gobies, the Jaguar Goby may…
Dragon Sea Moth
(Eurypegasus draconis)
Starting at $49.99
…and requires an aquarium with little to no rockwork and a live sand substrate. They are slow and methodical feeders and will only eat food that is lying on the substrate. Their ideal tankmates include seahorses, pipefishes, gobies, and dragonets. Their diet consists of amphipods, copepods, isopods,…
CaribSea Aragamax Sand
Starting at $26.53
…super-fine sand (0.2 to 1.22 mm grain size) is ideal for shallow static beds and bottom covering of up to 1" in depth. Also known as "oolitic" sand, this sugar-sized sand naturally aids in the reduction of nitrates. Its fine round grains pass easily through the gills of gobies and other sand-sifting…
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…
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…
Engineer Goby
(Pholidichthys leucotaenia)
Starting at $9.99
The Engineer goby is also commonly referred to as the Convict Goby. It is in a separate family from the gobies and blennies. Its markings change throughout its life. Consistently, the colors involved are dark blue to black on white. As a juvenile, the markings are horizontal, running the length of…