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The Dragonface Pipefish is an interesting and attractive species of fish that makes an excellent addition to any saltwater aquarium. This species should be provided with plenty of hiding places and should be provided with a varied diet of live and frozen food items. It should reside in a 10 gallon or larger aquarium with live sand as a substrate and an attached populated refugium. Additionally, it is important to note that the Dragonface Pipefish is territorial and can become aggressive towards other fish, especially its own kind, unless they are a mated pair. Therefore, it is best to house it with non-aggressive species or with a mated pair.
The Two Spot Goby is an excellent species for aquariums, as it can successfully spawn under the correct conditions. Furthermore, it is very easy to care for and is very hardy, making it suitable for both beginner and experienced aquarists. Additionally, it is also a very attractive species with its bright colors and unique patterns, adding to the beauty of any aquarium. With the right care and attention, this species can be a long-term addition to any tank.
This goby is a feeder fish and should be fed a variety of live or vitamin-enriched frozen brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, live black worms, and prepared foods for carnivores. This goby is known to feed off the bottom, so make sure to provide a good diet that includes a variety of different types of food.