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These gobies can be a great addition to a saltwater aquarium if the right conditions are met. It is important to research the species to ensure that the aquarium is properly sized, and the water parameters are appropriate for the species. It should be kept in a 10-gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock for hiding and as a supplemental food source. Small groups, or pairs, tend to do better in an aquarium, but need to be introduced to the tank simultaneously. Additionally, when stocking the aquarium, it is important to consider the temperament of the species and ensure that it will be compatible with other inhabitants. Do not house these gobies with larger, aggressive fish or invertebrates. With the right setup and careful consideration, these gobies can be a rewarding addition to any aquarium.
A healthy diet for a saltwater fish should be comprised of a variety of fresh or frozen seafood, brine shrimp, and mysis shrimp. This will ensure that your fish receives the necessary nutrients to stay healthy and strong. For optimal health, it is best to feed your saltwater fish twice a day. Additionally, ensure that you are providing a healthy variety of food sources that are appropriate for the type of fish you have. With a balanced diet and proper feeding schedule, you can ensure that your fish stays healthy and happy for many years to come.
The approximate purchase size for this product ranges from 3/4″ to 1″.