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Gold Neon Dwarf Goby (Stiphodon Percnopterygionus)

$4999 CAD
SKU: 400000023861

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Gold Neon Dwarf Goby (Stiphodon Percnopterygionus)

Description

 

The Gold Neon Dwarf Goby, also known as Stiphodon percnopterygionus, belongs to the Gobiidae family. 

  1. Temperature: They thrive in water with temperatures ranging between 72°F to 79°F (22°C to 26°C).

  2. Minimum Tank Size: These gobies require a tank that is at least 20 gallons, providing ample space for swimming and establishing territories.

Feeding Habits: Gold Neon Dwarf Gobies are primarily herbivores, feeding on algae and biofilm. Supplement their diet with high-quality vegetable-based foods and occasionally live or frozen foods.

Habitat Preference: They prefer well-oxygenated, rocky or gravelly substrates with plenty of hiding places such as caves, crevices, and rocks. These gobies are commonly found in fast-flowing streams and rivers in their natural habitat.

Water pH Level: They prefer slightly alkaline water with a pH ranging from 7.0 to 8.0.

Behavior: These gobies are generally peaceful but can exhibit territorial behavior, especially during breeding. They are known to be secretive and cautious, often darting into crevices when threatened.

Schooling: While they may live in small groups in the wild, they are not strict schoolers or shoalers. They can be kept in groups, but it is essential to provide enough space and hiding spots for each fish to establish its territory. Gold Neon Dwarf Gobies are diurnal, meaning they are most active during the daytime.

Bottom Dweller: They are primarily bottom-dwelling fish, spending most of their time foraging for algae and food particles on the substrate.

Color and Other Details: As their name suggests, they have a striking gold and neon blue coloration, which adds vibrancy to an aquarium. Male gobies may have more vibrant colors and can display subtle territorial behavior, especially during the breeding season.

When considering keeping Gold Neon Dwarf Gobies in an aquarium, ensure that the tank has strong water flow, plenty of hiding spots, and a well-maintained substrate with ample algae growth. Providing a varied diet and suitable tank conditions will contribute to the overall health and well-being of these fish in a captive environment.

Specifications

  • Category
    Ornamental Fish
  • Species Type
    Goby
  • Water Temperature
    72°F to 79°F
  • Minimum Tank Size
    20 Gallons
  • Water pH Level
    Alkaline, Neutral
  • Habitat Preference
    Driftwood, Rocky Tanks, Hiding Spots, Planted Tanks
  • Behaviour
    Community Fish, Bottom-Dwelling, Algae Eaters

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Gold Neon Dwarf Goby (Stiphodon Percnopterygionus)

$4999 CAD

 

The Gold Neon Dwarf Goby, also known as Stiphodon percnopterygionus, belongs to the Gobiidae family. 

  1. Temperature: They thrive in water with temperatures ranging between 72°F to 79°F (22°C to 26°C).

  2. Minimum Tank Size: These gobies require a tank that is at least 20 gallons, providing ample space for swimming and establishing territories.

Feeding Habits: Gold Neon Dwarf Gobies are primarily herbivores, feeding on algae and biofilm. Supplement their diet with high-quality vegetable-based foods and occasionally live or frozen foods.

Habitat Preference: They prefer well-oxygenated, rocky or gravelly substrates with plenty of hiding places such as caves, crevices, and rocks. These gobies are commonly found in fast-flowing streams and rivers in their natural habitat.

Water pH Level: They prefer slightly alkaline water with a pH ranging from 7.0 to 8.0.

Behavior: These gobies are generally peaceful but can exhibit territorial behavior, especially during breeding. They are known to be secretive and cautious, often darting into crevices when threatened.

Schooling: While they may live in small groups in the wild, they are not strict schoolers or shoalers. They can be kept in groups, but it is essential to provide enough space and hiding spots for each fish to establish its territory. Gold Neon Dwarf Gobies are diurnal, meaning they are most active during the daytime.

Bottom Dweller: They are primarily bottom-dwelling fish, spending most of their time foraging for algae and food particles on the substrate.

Color and Other Details: As their name suggests, they have a striking gold and neon blue coloration, which adds vibrancy to an aquarium. Male gobies may have more vibrant colors and can display subtle territorial behavior, especially during the breeding season.

When considering keeping Gold Neon Dwarf Gobies in an aquarium, ensure that the tank has strong water flow, plenty of hiding spots, and a well-maintained substrate with ample algae growth. Providing a varied diet and suitable tank conditions will contribute to the overall health and well-being of these fish in a captive environment.

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