Greenbanded Goby

Greenbanded Goby
Latin name:
(Tigrigobius multifasciatus)

Care Level





Green, Red, Tan, White



Preferred Conditions

sg 1.020-1.025, 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4

Avg. Max Size


Minimum Tank Size


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The Greenbanded Goby is a delightful species of fish, and they can make a wonderful addition to any aquarium. They should be housed in a 10 gallon or larger aquarium, and they will enjoy hovering around rockwork or other aquarium decorations. When housing them, it is recommended to keep them in small groups of three or more individuals. This not only provides them with a secure environment and companionship, but also allows them to display their natural behaviors. Furthermore, in a larger group setting, they will interact more with one another and their owners. Additionally, providing them with plenty of hiding spots and live plants can help to create a comfortable and enjoyable environment for them.

The Greenbanded Goby is an excellent fish for aquariums, as it is known to spawn in such environments. This species will often lay its eggs in a crevice or empty shell, making it easy to monitor the development of its offspring. Additionally, the Greenbanded Goby is a hardy and resilient species, allowing it to thrive in a variety of aquarium conditions. As a result, this species is a great addition to any tank, providing an interesting and interactive experience for all. Furthermore, the Greenbanded Goby is known to be an active species, adding to the aquarium’s dynamic. With proper care and maintenance, this fish can live for many years, making it a great pet for aquarium hobbyists.

These gobies feed on a variety of live and frozen crustaceans, including shrimp, mysis shrimp, and crabs.