Sleeper Striped Goby
The Sleeper Striped Goby originates among the rubble zones that surround coral reefs in the Indo Pacific. It's white in appearance with neon, black, and green horizontal dots and dashes that extend the length of the body. Heads are also adorned in the same colors, adding interest for this particular species. It is a timid fish that can be a fantastic addition to reef aquariums and helps in maintaining the sandy bed. It is recommended to keep it in 30 gallon or greater aquarium that has a fine to a medium-sized sand substrate. It uses shallow burrows within the substrate as refuges and keeps the substrate oxygenated. It does not usually become aggressive with other fish, but it is territorial and can fight with its own species unless they're mated. This Sleeper Banded Goby feeds off the bottom of the tank as sifts through the sand. The diet of this species should comprise an assortment of mysis and brine frozen bloodworms, shrimps, as well as prepared carnivore food items. It is recommended to feed it at least once a day. Approximate Size of Purchase: Small 1" to 2"; Medium 2" to 3"; Large 3" to 4"; X Large 4" to 5"
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Sleeper Striped Goby Information The Sleeper Striped Goby originates among the rubble zones around coral reefs in the Indo Pacific. It's white in appearance with a variety of neon, black and green horizontal dots, and dashes that extend across the body. Its head is adorned in the same colors, adding to the appeal of this species. It's a very shy fish that is wonderful in a reef aquarium and can help maintain the sandy bed. It is recommended to keep it in an aquarium that is 30 gallons or more that has a fine or medium-sized sand substrate. It uses shallow burrows that are buried in the substrate to provide refuges and keep the substrate oxygenated. It is not often aggressive toward other fish, however, it is territorial, and may fight with its own species unless they are a couple. Sleeper Striped Goby Diet This Sleeper Striped Goby feeds from the bottom as it moves across the sand. The diet of this species should comprise varieties of mysis and frozen brine bloodworms, shrimp, and prepared food for carnivores. It must be fed regularly, preferably daily.
Large, Medium, Small