Twinspot goby

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The Twinspot goby lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 1 - 30 m , usually 2 - 30 m environment.

Under correct conditions, the Twinspot Goby will spawn successfully in an aquarium. Usually, the Twinspot Goby feeds off the bottom sifting through the sand for food. More

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Because the Twinspot goby have a large appetite, a populated refugium attached to the main tank will help by providing constant food supply in order for them to maintain their body mass. Feed twice a day. More

The Twinspot Goby is also referred to as the Two Spot Goby, Signal Goby, or Crabeye Goby. The head and body are white splattered with orange markings. Its erect dorsal fins are distinctly marked by eyespots. More

Twinspot Goby 14 Day Guarantee Live Shipping Information Twinspot Goby = Twinspot Gobies, Signigobius biocellatus, are found living in the reefs of the Indo Pacific region. More

LIVE TWINSPOT goby for saltwater fish tank reef aquariu If this item doesn't belong here, click Remove and help us keep our results accurate. eBay 3 Store Reviews $19. More

Common names

Bia in Tagalog
Crab-eye goby in English
Crab-eyed goby in English
Gobie à deux ocelles in French (français)
Rengasevätokko in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Signal goby in English
Signalkutling in Danish (dansk)
Twinspot goby in English

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Signigobius
Species : Signigobius biocellatus
Authority : Hoese & Allen, 1977