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  • Jaguar Goby - Gobiopsis quinquecincta

    Jaguar Goby - Gobiopsis quinquecincta

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    Introducing the Jaguar Goby - Gobiopsis quinquecincta, a striking species distinguished by its bold patterning and engaging behavior. Inhabiting coastal waters of the Indo-Pacific region, particularly in rocky reefs and mangrove areas, this small yet captivating fish is highly esteemed in marine aquariums for its vibrant appearance and dynamic presence. Temperament & Captive Care: Jaguar Gobies are known for their peaceful temperament, making them excellent additions to community aquariums. They are active and inquisitive fish, often seen exploring rock crevices and perching on surfaces. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-maintained aquarium with plenty of hiding spots and suitable substrate. Feeding: In the wild, Jaguar Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for small carnivorous fish are also suitable options. Aquarium Compatibility: Jaguar Gobies are generally peaceful and get along well with other peaceful reef inhabitants. They may establish territories within the aquarium, especially around their chosen hiding spots. However, they are not aggressive towards other fish and can be kept with a variety of tankmates, provided they are not overly aggressive or predatory. Immerse yourself in the allure of the Jaguar Goby - a captivating species that adds a touch of the wild to your marine aquarium. With its bold patterning and dynamic behavior, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Transparent Cave Goby - Fusigobius pallidus

    Transparent Cave Goby - Fusigobius pallidus

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    Introducing the Transparent Cave Goby - Fusigobius pallidus, a fascinating species renowned for its translucent appearance and unique habitat preference. Inhabiting the Indo-Pacific region, particularly in sandy substrates and caves within coral reefs, this small but captivating fish holds significant value in marine aquariums for its intriguing biology and captivating presence. Temperament & Captive Care: The Transparent Cave Goby exhibits a peaceful temperament, making it an excellent addition to community aquariums. It prefers habitats with ample hiding spots, such as caves or overhangs, and requires a well-established aquarium with sandy substrate and live rock. While it may be shy initially, it will acclimate well to its environment with patience. Feeding: In its natural habitat, the Transparent Cave Goby feeds on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates. In captivity, it readily accepts a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. Offering a diverse diet will help ensure its nutritional needs are met. Aquarium Compatibility: Transparent Cave Gobies are generally peaceful and can coexist with a variety of tankmates, including other small, peaceful fish and invertebrates. They may establish territories within caves or overhangs but are not aggressive towards other tank inhabitants. Providing ample hiding spots will help alleviate stress and encourage natural behaviors. Special Note: Due to its translucent appearance, the Transparent Cave Goby adds a unique and ethereal quality to any aquarium. Its ability to blend into its surroundings makes it an intriguing species to observe and study, adding a touch of mystery and wonder to your underwater world.

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    $30.00

  • Pink Spotted Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus leptocephalus

    Pink Spotted Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus leptocephalus

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    Introducing the Pink Spotted Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus leptocephalus, a charming species recognized for its delicate pink spots and fascinating behavior. Inhabiting the Western Pacific Ocean, particularly in sandy substrates and rubble areas adjacent to coral reefs, this small yet captivating fish holds significant value in marine aquariums for its unique appearance and beneficial role in pest control. Temperament & Captive Care: Pink Spotted Watchman Gobies are renowned for their peaceful disposition, rendering them ideal additions to community aquariums. They exhibit active burrowing behaviors, spending a considerable amount of time sifting through sandy substrates in pursuit of sustenance. These gobies are relatively robust and straightforward to care for, necessitating an adequately established aquarium equipped with sandy substrate and an abundance of hiding spots. Feeding: In their natural habitat, Pink Spotted Watchman Gobies primarily subsist on a diet comprising small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates that inhabit sandy substrates. In captivity, they demonstrate eagerness to consume various fare, including frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely diced seafood. They may also ingest small food particles settling on the substrate. Aquarium Compatibility: Pink Spotted Watchman Gobies foster symbiotic relationships with pistol shrimp, wherein the shrimp excavates and maintains a burrow while the goby assumes the role of sentinel. Typically peaceable towards other tank denizens, they may exhibit territorial behavior surrounding their chosen burrow. They coexist amicably with a diverse array of reef-safe fish and invertebrates. Indulge in the allure of the Pink Spotted Watchman Goby - a captivating species that lends a gentle touch of color and dynamism to your marine aquarium. With its dainty pink spots and engaging demeanor, it is certain to captivate and enchant within your aquatic realm.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Blue Fin Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus fasciatus

    Blue Fin Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus fasciatus

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    Introducing the Blue Fin Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus fasciatus, a captivating species known for its striking blue fins and fascinating behavior. Found in the Western Pacific Ocean, particularly in sandy substrates and rubble areas near coral reefs, this small but striking fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its unique appearance and beneficial role in pest control. Temperament & Captive Care: Blue Fin Watchman Gobies are known for their peaceful temperament, making them excellent additions to community aquariums. They are active burrowers and spend much of their time sifting through sandy substrates in search of food. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-established aquarium with sandy substrate and plenty of hiding spots. Feeding: In the wild, Blue Fin Watchman Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates found within sandy substrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. They may also consume small particles of food that settle on the substrate. Aquarium Compatibility: Blue Fin Watchman Gobies form symbiotic relationships with pistol shrimp, where the shrimp digs and maintains a burrow while the goby acts as a lookout. They are generally peaceful towards other tankmates but may become territorial around their chosen burrow. They can be kept with a variety of reef-safe fish and invertebrates. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Blue Fin Watchman Goby - a captivating species that adds a splash of color and activity to your marine aquarium. With its vibrant blue fins and engaging behavior, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus cinctus

    Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus cinctus

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    Introducing the Watchman Goby - Cryptocentrus cinctus, a fascinating species known for its vigilant behavior and symbiotic relationship with pistol shrimp. Found in the Western Pacific Ocean, particularly in sandy substrates and rubble areas near coral reefs, this small but captivating fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its unique interactions and beneficial role in pest control. Temperament & Captive Care: Watchman Gobies are known for their peaceful temperament, making them excellent additions to community aquariums. They are active burrowers and spend much of their time sifting through sandy substrates in search of food. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-established aquarium with sandy substrate and plenty of hiding spots. Feeding: In the wild, Watchman Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates found within sandy substrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. They may also consume small particles of food that settle on the substrate. Aquarium Compatibility: Watchman Gobies form symbiotic relationships with pistol shrimp, where the shrimp digs and maintains a burrow while the goby acts as a lookout. They are generally peaceful towards other tankmates but may become territorial around their chosen burrow. They can be kept with a variety of reef-safe fish and invertebrates. Immerse yourself in the intrigue of the Watchman Goby - a captivating species that adds a dynamic element to your marine aquarium. With its vigilant behavior and symbiotic partnerships, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Masked Goby - Coryphopterus personatus

    Masked Goby - Coryphopterus personatus

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    Introducing the Masked Goby - Coryphopterus personatus, a captivating species known for its distinctive masked appearance and intriguing behavior. Found in the Western Atlantic Ocean, particularly in coral reefs and rocky substrates, this small but striking fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its unique markings and active nature. Temperament & Captive Care: Masked Gobies are known for their peaceful temperament, making them excellent additions to community aquariums. They are active and sociable fish, often seen darting among rocks and corals. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-established aquarium with plenty of hiding spots and live rock. Feeding: In the wild, Masked Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. They may also consume small particles of food that settle on the substrate. Aquarium Compatibility: Masked Gobies are generally peaceful and get along well with other peaceful reef inhabitants. They may establish territories within the aquarium, especially around their chosen hiding spots. However, they are not aggressive towards other fish and can be kept with a variety of tankmates, provided they are not overly aggressive or predatory. Immerse yourself in the allure of the Masked Goby - a captivating species that adds a touch of mystery to your marine aquarium. With its distinctive markings and active behavior, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Red Head Goby - Elacatinus puncticulatus

    Red Head Goby - Elacatinus puncticulatus

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    Introducing the Red Head Goby - Elacatinus puncticulatus, a charming species distinguished by its vibrant red head and engaging behavior. Found in the Western Atlantic Ocean, particularly in coral reefs and rocky substrates, this small but striking fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its colorful appearance and beneficial cleaning services. Temperament & Captive Care: Red Head Gobies are known for their peaceful temperament, making them excellent additions to community reef tanks. They are active and sociable fish, often seen darting among rocks and corals. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-established aquarium with plenty of hiding spots and live rock. Feeding: In the wild, Red Head Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for small carnivorous fish are also suitable options. Aquarium Compatibility: Red Head Gobies are generally peaceful and get along well with other reef inhabitants. They may establish cleaning stations where larger fish visit to be groomed. However, they may become territorial towards other gobies or similarly sized fish, so it's essential to provide ample hiding spots and territories. Immerse yourself in the vibrancy and charm of the Red Head Goby - a captivating species that adds a touch of color and activity to your marine aquarium. With its striking red head and beneficial cleaning behavior, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Greenbanded Goby - Tigrigobius multifasciatus

    Greenbanded Goby - Tigrigobius multifasciatus

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    Introducing the Greenbanded Goby - Tigrigobius multifasciatus, a captivating species known for its vibrant green bands and unique behavior. Found in the Western Atlantic Ocean, particularly in sandy substrates and seagrass beds, this small but striking fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its colorful appearance and beneficial role in controlling pests. Temperament & Captive Care: Greenbanded Gobies are known for their peaceful temperament, making them excellent additions to community aquariums. They are active burrowers and spend much of their time sifting through sandy substrates in search of food. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-maintained aquarium with sandy substrate and plenty of hiding spots. Feeding: In the wild, Greenbanded Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates found within sandy substrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. They may also consume small particles of food that settle on the substrate. Aquarium Compatibility: Greenbanded Gobies are generally peaceful and get along well with other peaceful reef inhabitants. They may establish territories within the aquarium, especially around their burrows. However, they are not aggressive towards other fish and can be kept with a variety of tankmates, provided they are not overly aggressive or predatory. Immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of the Greenbanded Goby - a captivating species that adds a splash of color and activity to your marine aquarium. With its vibrant green bands and active behavior, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Tiger Goby - Tigrigobius macrodon

    Tiger Goby - Tigrigobius macrodon

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    Introducing the Tiger Goby - Tigrigobius macrodon, a fascinating species renowned for its striking tiger-like stripes and unique behavior. Found in the Western Atlantic Ocean, particularly in sandy substrates and seagrass beds, this small but captivating fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its bold patterns and active nature. Temperament & Captive Care: Tiger Gobies are known for their peaceful temperament, making them excellent additions to community aquariums. They are active burrowers and spend much of their time sifting through sandy substrates in search of food. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-maintained aquarium with sandy substrate and plenty of hiding spots. Feeding: In the wild, Tiger Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates found within sandy substrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. They may also consume small particles of food that settle on the substrate. Aquarium Compatibility: Tiger Gobies are generally peaceful and get along well with other peaceful reef inhabitants. They may establish territories within the aquarium, especially around their burrows. However, they are not aggressive towards other fish and can be kept with a variety of tankmates, provided they are not overly aggressive or predatory. Immerse yourself in the allure of the Tiger Goby - a captivating species that adds a touch of the wild to your marine aquarium. With its bold stripes and active behavior, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Sharknose Goby - Elacatinus evelynae

    Sharknose Goby - Elacatinus evelynae

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    Introducing the Sharknose Goby - Elacatinus evelynae, a captivating species named for its distinctive elongated snout resembling that of a shark. Found in the Western Atlantic Ocean, particularly in coral reefs and rocky outcrops, this small but striking fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its unique appearance and beneficial behavior. Temperament & Captive Care: Sharknose Gobies are peaceful and sociable fish, making them excellent additions to community reef tanks. They are known for their active behavior and can often be seen exploring their surroundings. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-established aquarium with plenty of hiding spots and live rock. Feeding: In the wild, Sharknose Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for small carnivorous fish are also suitable options. Aquarium Compatibility: Sharknose Gobies are generally peaceful and get along well with other reef inhabitants. They may establish symbiotic relationships with pistol shrimp, where the shrimp digs and maintains a burrow while the goby acts as a lookout. However, they may become territorial towards other gobies or similarly sized fish, so it's essential to provide ample hiding spots and territories. Immerse yourself in the allure of the Sharknose Goby - a captivating species that adds a touch of intrigue to your marine aquarium. With its unique appearance and engaging behavior, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Yellowline Goby - Elacatinus figaro

    Yellowline Goby - Elacatinus figaro

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    Introducing the Yellowline Goby - Elacatinus figaro, a charming species renowned for its distinctive yellow markings and fascinating behavior. Found in the Western Atlantic Ocean, particularly around coral reefs and rocky substrates, this small fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its vibrant coloration and active nature. Temperament & Captive Care: Yellowline Gobies are peaceful and sociable fish, making them excellent additions to community reef tanks. They are known for their lively behavior and can often be seen darting in and out of rockwork or substrate. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-established aquarium with plenty of hiding spots and live rock. Feeding: In the wild, Yellowline Gobies primarily feed on small crustaceans, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates. In captivity, they readily accept a varied diet consisting of frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. High-quality pelleted or flaked foods designed for small carnivorous fish are also suitable options. Aquarium Compatibility: Yellowline Gobies are peaceful and generally get along well with other reef inhabitants. They are known to form symbiotic relationships with pistol shrimp, where the shrimp digs and maintains a burrow while the goby acts as a lookout. However, they may become territorial towards other gobies or similarly sized fish, so it's essential to provide ample hiding spots and territories. Immerse yourself in the vibrancy and charm of the Yellowline Goby - a captivating species that adds a splash of color and energy to your marine aquarium. With its striking yellow markings and lively demeanor, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Hybrid Cleaner Goby - E. oceanops x figaro

    Hybrid Cleaner Goby - E. oceanops x figaro

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    Introducing the Hybrid Cleaner Goby - E. oceanops x figaro, a unique crossbreed combining the characteristics of the Neon Goby (E. oceanops) and the Figaro Goby (E. figaro). This fascinating hybrid brings together the vibrant colors and cleaning behavior of its parent species, offering a captivating addition to marine aquariums. Temperament & Captive Care: Hybrid Cleaner Gobies inherit traits from both parent species, typically displaying a peaceful temperament ideal for community reef tanks. They excel in providing cleaning services to larger fish, removing parasites and dead tissue. Care requirements are similar to those of the parent species, requiring a well-established aquarium with ample hiding spots. Feeding: Like their parent species, Hybrid Cleaner Gobies primarily feed on ectoparasites and dead tissue from the skin and gills of larger fish. They can also be trained to accept small meaty foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. However, providing access to larger fish for cleaning services is crucial for their overall health and well-being. Aquarium Compatibility: Hybrid Cleaner Gobies are generally peaceful and compatible with a wide range of reef tank inhabitants. They may establish cleaning stations where larger fish visit to be groomed. However, like their parent species, they may become territorial towards other gobies or similarly sized fish, necessitating the provision of hiding spots and territories. Immerse yourself in the allure of the Hybrid Cleaner Goby - a captivating hybrid species that combines the best of both worlds. With its vibrant colors and beneficial cleaning behavior, it is sure to be a fascinating and beneficial addition to your marine aquarium, offering both visual appeal and functional value.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

  • Neon Goby - Elacatinus oceanops

    Neon Goby - Elacatinus oceanops

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    Introducing the Neon Goby - Elacatinus oceanops, a captivating species known for its vibrant colors and fascinating behavior. Found in the Western Atlantic Ocean, particularly in coral reefs and rocky crevices, this small fish is highly valued in marine aquariums for its striking appearance and beneficial cleaning services. Temperament & Captive Care: Neon Gobies are peaceful and sociable fish, making them excellent additions to community reef tanks. They are known for their symbiotic relationship with larger fish, providing cleaning services by removing parasites and dead tissue. These gobies are relatively hardy and easy to care for, requiring a well-established aquarium with plenty of hiding spots and live rock. Feeding: In the wild, Neon Gobies primarily feed on ectoparasites and dead tissue from the skin and gills of larger fish. In captivity, they can be trained to accept small meaty foods like brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, and finely chopped seafood. However, providing them with access to larger fish that require cleaning services is essential for their long-term health and well-being. Aquarium Compatibility: Neon Gobies are peaceful and generally get along well with other reef inhabitants. They are known to form cleaning stations where larger fish visit to be groomed. However, they may become territorial towards other gobies or similarly sized fish, so it's essential to provide ample hiding spots and territories to prevent aggression. Immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of the Neon Goby - a fascinating species that not only adds a pop of color to your aquarium but also provides valuable cleaning services to its tankmates. With its vibrant hues and engaging behavior, it is sure to be a source of fascination and delight in your underwater world.

    Out of stock

    $30.00

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