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Any Info on him? I Know He Is Rare In The Trade But Thats It. I'll Post A Pic later
 

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They are found in groups or singly and are a sand shifting goby. What size reef do you have him in? He may not eat flakes. So make sure you have some frozen mysis.
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I would just make sure that your sand bed is really established and that he has no competition for the same sand sifting habits. Once he is acclimated he may take to frozen foods. Did you see one at your Local Fish Store?
 

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I Feed Frozen Mysis And Pellets. He Eats Mysis Because He Was Just Fed Brfore I Boughf Him. Out Of The Three Available, He Was The Smallest And Ate All The Food. One,Did Not And The Big One Was Too Big. The Tank Is 29 Gallons and Is 1.5 Years Old With An Established Coepepod Community. He And A Small Nassirius Snail Are The Only Sand Creatures.
 

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Neither Have I. I Loved My Diamond Goby,So I Was LOoking For Another Sand Sifter. When I Saw Him I Knew I Had ToGet One, Only 16.98. SinCe He Is Eating I Know He Will Live long
 

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This goby is amazing. During feeding; I feed mysis in a baster. Well he goes up to the baster and opens his mouth for me to feed him! So I spot feed him, for now, while the others get scraps and floating pellets :)
 

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Yes :) The only thing on the floor is a dying gonipora and leather mushrooms
 
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