General information regarding Green Clown Goby
The Green Clown Goby is common in the coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific that are typically located in hard and soft coral colonies. They are tiny size fish with an extremely large head given their weight. There are numerous shades that this species can be found in. It is a greenish to yellow color, with horizontal stripes of orange on the head. They are a calm fish that can be fantastic for reef aquariums that have populations of polyp corals since they like swimming around and hiding in the polyps. But, they can attack the polyps of SPS corals. It is not likely to be aggressive with other fish, but will fight with its own species when it is in a small tanks. So, it is recommended to keep it in a tank with other species that are docile. It is not uncommon for clown gobies spawn in aquariums. It is important to be cautious when the aquarium is home to Acropora Sp. as well as related SPS corals. They lay their eggs on the side of the branch that is beneath it and will trigger tissue recession in the coral. In favorable conditions, coral can regenerate the damaged tissue.