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There are more the 2000 saltwater gobies and 200 of these species are found in the aquarium trade. Most marine gobies for the aquarium are small bottom dwellers and grow to no more than three inches, though a few uncommon goby species grow quite large. Most are safe for community fish tanks and reef tanks.
Gobies need rocks to graze and hunt and a sandy substrate to burrow. Just as these fish can hop around the bottom of the fish tank, they can hop out of the fish tank, so a proper top is required for most Saltwater gobies.
Bella Goby The full name of the Bella Goby is the Valencienna Bella Goby - very appropriate for this rare beautiful goby from the Philippines. The ...View full details
Black Clown Goby The Black Clown Goby will grow to less than two inches so these fish cannot be kept with large species. Other than that, they are ...View full details
Black-ray Goby The Black-ray Goby, also called the Antenna Goby and the Hi-fin Red Banded Goby is a peaceful saltwater aquarium addition that requi...View full details
Blue Gudgeon Goby In the wild and in the aquarium the saltwater Blue Gudgeon Goby run in small packs. The fish keepers at AquariumFishSale recomm...View full details
Blue Spot Watchman Goby Blue-spot Watchman Goby grow a bit larger the Pink Watchman Goby but have similar markings - obviously blue instead of pink...View full details
Blue-spotted Jawfish In the wild the Blue Spot Jawfish, or Blue Spotted Jawfish Goby will hide at night in a cave and even close the entrance. In ...View full details
Tile Blueface Goby The Blueface Tile Goby is also known as Blue Face Jawfish. The Blue Face Goby will burrow into sand at night for cover so these ...View full details
Bumblebee Goby The saltwater Bumblebee Goby is a peaceful small goby perfect for reef and nano tanks and only grows to 2 inches. These little gobie...View full details
Clown Citron Goby The Citron Clown Goby, or as Wikki calls it the Lemon Coralgoby, is hardy and small. The Lemon Coralgoby is a good addition to a ...View full details
Diamond Watchman Goby The Diamond Watchman Goby are harder to transition to prepared foods and rely on sand sifting for nutrition. It is best to pu...View full details
Dracula Goby The Dracula Goby is known for the blood red bands on it's cream colored body - the blood red color giving the Dracula Goby its name. ...View full details
Engineer Goby Looks like a Goby but it is actually part of its own little species family. To further the ruse, the Engineer Goby acts like a mining...View full details
Flagtail Goby The Flagtail Goby is a member of the shrimp gobies which form symbiotic relationships with snapping shrimps. The Gobies stand guard w...View full details
Gold Head Sleeper Goby Its common name include the blueband goby, golden head sleeper it is found in the outer lagoons and seaward side.Gobies ten...View full details
Green Banded Goby Greenbanded Goby formerly known as Gobiosoma multifasciatum, has since been reclassified as Tigrigobius multifasciatus. This beau...View full details
Green Clown Goby The Green Clown Goby is a reef aquarium favorite and is as fun to watch as it is attractive. They will spawn in captivity. Caution...View full details
Green Mandarin Goby The Green Mandarine Goby is one of the most colorful creatures on the planet. Most beginner saltwater aquarium owners will buy ...View full details
Green Mandarin Goby The Green Mandarin Goby is one of the most colorful creatures on the planer. Most beginner saltwater aquarium owners will buy o...View full details
Griessingei Goby Originating from the reefs of Cebu, is a rare find in the industry. Smaller gobies, reaching a total length of 2 inches, their bod...View full details
Firefish Goby Helfrichi Firefish is also commonly known as Helfrich's Dartfish. The Hawaiin Helfrichi Firefish becomes territorial, especially tow...View full details
Neon Blue Goby The saltwater Blue Stripe Goby, or Neon Blue Goby, only grows to two inches but these fish are tough and handle a wide range of wate...View full details
Orange Spot Watchman Goby Also know as a Watchman Guttata Goby. This fish forms an interesting symbiotic partnership with pistol shrimps. This part...View full details
Oreni Tilefish Non Refundable Very few people own Oreni Tilefish Hoplolatilus oreni, referred to by some as the Holy Grail. Most Tilefis...View full details
Pearly Yellowhead Jawfish Goby The Pearly Jawfish also known as the Yellowhead Jawfish, Yellow-Headed Pearly Jawish, and the Yellow Head Jawfish. T...View full details