The Tangaroa Goby is a beautiful species of the Indo-Pacific that is translucent in color, with a variety of white and red flecks that cover all of the body. They sport a striking long dorsal fin, which is black in color. They're an excellent fish for a passive solely or in a reef aquarium and could form a symbiotic relationship an apex shrimp. Tangaroa Goby is best suited for a 10 gallon or more aquarium with lots of live rock and a sandy bed. It's not averse to other shrimp gobies, and could even have a burrow shared with another species. Since it is territorial, it might occasionally get into a fight with its conspecifics when kept in a group or if the tank is not large enough. The diet should include mysis shrimp as well as vitamin-rich brine shrimp and table shrimp that have been chopped. The Tangaroa Goby needs to be fed at least once a day. Approximate Size of Purchase: Small: 3/4" to 1-1/4"; Medium: 1-1/4" to 2"
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Tangaroa Goby Information Tangaroa Shrimp Goby is also called Tangaroa Goby (Ctenogobiops Tangaroai) is a species of Goby Fish native to the reefs of the Pacific Ocean where it can be seen in fine-grained sand patches. They sport a translucent body, with spots of orange and thin white lines on the upper part of their body. They can be as long as 2.4 inches in total length. Tangaroa Shrimp Gobies or Tangaroa Gobies require an aquarium that has ample live rocks to use for concealment and a large sand bed. This species is closely related to the Alpheid Shrimps. There are two shrimp and a fish sharing the same burrow. These are calm fish and are not recommended to be kept with fish that are aggressive. They are reef safe and do not irritate fish or corals. However, they can eat small invertebrates.
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