Information on Bella Goby
The Bella Gobies are beautiful with gorgeous shades of orange and purple on their bodies. They appear stunning under active blue light. Some of them might possess a striking gold head, with blue lines running through their eyes. It’s a stunning fish to admire.
They are sand swifters who keep an eye on worms as they take large mouths full of sand, and then move through it. Sand-sifting is a great way to keep your sand bed fresh.
Bella Gobies are regarded as very peaceful fish, which is why you shouldn’t expect to observe much aggression from them toward any other fish. They can be found in groups. It is not recommended to have more than 2. If you keep more than that, it could trigger an aggressive behavior towards another Goby, be on guard for this. In contrast to Goby species like the Yellow Goby, they do not spend a lot of time in a cave. They are extremely active.
As with other Goby fish, the Bella Goby is considered reef safe. This means they won’t harm your corals, but they also help keep your sand bed nice and clean. They can reach up to six inches in length, which is quite large for a Goby.
Bella Goby Diet
Bella Goby is a carnivore. They aren’t fussy eaters. Fresh foods frozen like brine, mysis shrimps cubes, premium pellets, or flakes are all great. Pellet food is great because often they’re slightly reluctant to eat in the beginning and then hide in caves, particularly if there are tank mates who are very savage eaters. Pellets can be dropped into the tank. They will pop up and take them in.
Origin of Bella Goby
They are located in the waters all around the Philippines.