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Twin Spot Signal Goby


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-spot (ocelli) on each of the dorsal fins. The twinspot goby occupies burrows, which they excavate. They use their mouth to carry away sand and shell fragments and will also vigorously beat their tail to waft sediment from the developing burrow. The burrow is used for shelter and reproduction. The adults of this species are usually observed in pairs. When they feed, this fish will take a mouthful of sand, with its large, scoop-like mouth and will then sift the sand through their gill-rakers. It filters out infaunal invertebrates, like worms and tiny crustaceans. 

  • Scientific Name:   Signigobius biocellatus
  • Origin: Indonesia, Vanuatu
  • Max Size: 2 inches
  • Food: Live, Frozen and Flake 
  • Shipping Size: 1 to 2inches