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 the morning, who knows how it knows its morning, the goby will open the cave and swim out for feeding. With adequate substrate the goby will mimic this behavior in the aquarium. Jawfish are a small group of species within the goby family distinguished by their large mouths used for catching food and burrowing.
- Scientific Name: Opistognathus rosenblatti
- Origin: Mexico
- Max Size: 3 1/2 inches
- Diet: Carnivore
- Shipping Size: 2 to 3 inches