Yasha White Ray Shrimp Goby Captive-Bred Info
The Yasha White Ray Shrimp Goby is also known as the Yasha Haze Goby or Clown Shrimp Goby is an extremely distinctive goby that isn’t frequently found in the hobby. The vibrant white and red broken striped body that has an enormous dorsal fin as well as an under-jaw black patch distinguishes this fish from other fish. The bright yellow dorsal, caudal, and anal fins make this species attractive to many hobbyists. It is able to establish a symbiotic relationship with pistol shrimp. It is able to keep an eye while the shrimp digs up a burrow to allow them to share.
It is ideal for aquariums of at least 10 gallons that contain adequate hiding spaces. The aquarium must have an encapsulated lid that is secure to stop the goby from escaping. This species is very passive and is a great choice for small groups, or as an isolated specimen. This species is very robust and can be adapted well to reef aquariums as long as they’re maintained by tankmates who are passive. The ideal is for this fish to be the very first bottom-dwelling fish to be added to the existing aquarium in order for the fish to establish its territory prior to when other gobies with more ferocious characteristics are added. It likes an area of fine sand, and loose coral rubble, to move about and build its own burrow.
Yasha White Ray Shrimp Goby Captive-Bred Diet
Give it a diet that consists of a mix of frozen or fresh mysis shrimp as well as vitamin-enriched brine shrimp and table shrimp. It is recommended to feed it at least twice daily.