General information about Bluespotted Watchman Goby
There are two colors. The first one has an orange head, with blue spots. The body is red with orange bands, while the dorsal fin features black spots. The second stage is olive drab and blue spots. It is best to place it in an aquarium with lots of loose coral rubble. It requires plenty of space for swimming and a bottom that is sand to burrow. It is not often that it becomes aggressive with other fish, however it is territorial and will fight with its own species except if they are a mated pair. The Blue Spotted Watchman Goby can be aggressive to smaller ornamental shrimp. The aquarium requires a tight fitting canopy to stop it from getting out.