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This peaceful and active Orangemarked Goby can be a great addition to any saltwater aquarium. As long as its environment is suitable, it will make an excellent addition to a community tank. It should be housed in an established 20 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock and a substrate of fine to moderately sized sand. Additionally, a tight-fitting canopy must be installed to ensure the Orangemarked Goby does not escape the aquarium. It is typically peaceful and non-aggressive towards other fish, but is territorial and may be aggressive towards its own kind. For this reason, keeping a mated pair is recommended. With the right care and attention, this beautiful fish can be an amazing addition to any saltwater aquarium.
The Orangemarked Goby is an omnivorous species, capable of eating a wide variety of foods. Its diet consists of small crustaceans, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp (live or frozen), mysis shrimp, prepared foods for herbivores, and a quality flake or pellet food. To ensure a healthy and active lifestyle, it is important to provide a balanced diet to the Orangemarked Goby. Additionally, the diet should be varied to keep them stimulated and prevent boredom. With the right diet and care, this species can live a healthy and long life.
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