Salt-Water Goby-Blenny

There are more the 2000 saltwater goby and maybe 200 found in the aquatic trade. Most marine gobies for the aquarium are small bottom dwellers, though a few goby species grow quite large. 

These fish usually require some sandy substrate.

Neon Blue Goby

Neon Blue Goby

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Neon Blue Goby The blue stripe goby, or neon blue goby, only grows to two inches but these fish are tough and handle a wide range of water conditio...

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Orange Spot Watchman Goby

Orange Spot Watchman Goby

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Orange Spot Watchman Goby Also know as a Watchman Guttata Goby. This fish forms an interesting symbiotic partnership with pistol shrimps. This part...

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Pearly Yellowhead Jawfish Goby

Pearly Yellowhead Jawfish Goby

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Pearly Yellowhead Jawfish Goby The Pearly Jawfish also known as the Yellowhead Jawfish, Yellow-Headed Pearly Jawish, and the Yellow Head Jawfish. T...

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Pink Spot Watchman Goby

Pink Spot Watchman Goby

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Pink Spot Watchman Goby Also known as a pink-speckled shrimpgoby, these have pretty little pink spots all over their body and grow to only four inc...

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Purple FireFish Goby

Purple FireFish Goby

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Purple FireFish Goby The Purple Firefish (Nemateleotris decora) is also known by various common names such as the Decorated Firefish and even the ...

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Railway Sleeper Goby

Railway Sleeper Goby

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Railway Sleeper Goby Also known as a Sleeper Railway Glider Goby, this timid fish is a great addition to a reef aquarium. Having very bright parall...

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Rainfordi Goby

Rainfordi Goby

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The Rainfordi Goby is also called the Old Glory Goby due to the Southern Flag cross stripes on the body. The fish grow to three inches and are very...

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Randall's Goby

Randall's Goby

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Randall's Goby Randall's or Orange Stripe Prawn Goby, is one of the most desirable gobies in the aquatic trade due to its adaptability, hardiness, ...

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Red Lip Blenny

Red Lip Blenny

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Redlip Blenny (Semi-aggressive) Also known as the Lipstick Blenny, and Devilfish, has a grayish brown elongated body and an extended mouth with its...

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Scissortail Goby

Scissortail Goby

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Scissortail Goby Some gobies are called Darterfish due to their motion in the water. Such is the case for the Scissortail Goby or Scissortail Darte...

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Skunk Tilefish Goby

Skunk Tilefish Goby

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Skunk Tilefish Goby Tilefish resemble some gobies but are actually from a different family, Malacanthidae. Like most of their goby relatives, tilef...

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Sleeper Dragon Goby

Sleeper Dragon Goby

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The Dragon Goby (Amblygobius phalaena) is also known as the Whitebarred Goby. It is silver and white with multicolored bands and spots, most promin...

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Sleeper White Goby

Sleeper White Goby

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It should be housed in a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with a substrate of loose coral rubble, and a tight-fitting lid to prevent it from jumping ou...

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Spotted Mandarin Goby

Spotted Mandarin Goby

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Spotted Mandarin Goby A slow but colorful fish, often found hiding in the live rock or hovering between caves. Primarily a bottom-dweller, it will ...

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Steinitzi Goby

Steinitzi Goby

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In the wild the Steinitzi Goby is a "prawn goby". Prawn gobies like with prawns and use their burrows to hide. In exchange prawn goby alert the pra...

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Tangaro Goby

Tangaro Goby

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The Tangaro Goby is another prawn goby and if kept with gunman shrimp will demonstrate the simbiotic behavior. The fish do well in nano and reef ta...

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Tiger Watchman Goby

Tiger Watchman Goby

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Tiger Watchman Goby  The Tiger Wardi Goby features a beautiful cream-colored body with three wide brown striped bars across its body. It is one of ...

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Tile Blue Face Goby

Tile Blue Face Goby

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Tile Blue Face Goby or Blue Face Jawfish will burrow into sand at night for cover so these fish require several inches of sandy substrate. In good ...

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Tile Purple Goby
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Tile Purple Goby

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Tile Purple Goby require veggies and several inches of sandy substrate. These fish have magnificent light purple color and grow to six inches.

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Twin Spot Signal Goby

Twin Spot Signal Goby

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The twinspot goby spends much of its time hovering over the sea floor.  It has large, black pelvic fins with tiny blue spots and a large black eye-...

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White Cap Goby
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White Cap Goby

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White Cap Goby White Cap Goby, Lotilia graciliosa, is an extremely rare variation of the goby fish. This fish is easily the centerpeice of any nano...

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Yellow Clown Goby

Yellow Clown Goby

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The gobies form the family Gobiidae, which is one of the largest families of fish, with more than 2,000 species.  The most distinctive aspects of g...

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Yellow Watchman Goby

Yellow Watchman Goby

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Yellow Watchman Goby An interesting specimen that forms a very cool symbiotic relationship with the pistol shrimp. The yellow watchman goby watches...

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