Most Gobies are great little reef safe fish, however some species may eat small ornamental crustaceans. Not aggressive in nature, they will consume algae, Amphipods and Copepods. Blennies fall into 3 basic categories: Sand Sifting Gobies, Shrimp Gobies and Small Gobies. [p] Small Gobies are some of the most colorful, entertaining fish in an aquarium. These Gobies adapt well to aquarium life and remain small (2" and under) even as adults.
The Cave Transparent Goby (Coryphopterus glaucofrenum) is non-aggressive towards other fish and is not a threat to invertebrates in the tank, however it will fight with specimens of its own species in a small tank. It spends most of its time feeding or lurking in the rocks of an aquarium.
Keep singly, unless the tank is very large, or in mated pairs. This fish is very timid and will not come out of hiding unless it feels secure. The Firefish is also known to leap from a tank when startled, so a covered tank is best.
This Goby is a near perfect tank mate. It is non-aggressive towards other fish and is not a threat to invertebrates in the tank.
This Goby is a small bullet shaped fish with a large head. There are many different color variations among the Clown Gobies, and this species is a yellow to greenish-tan color with orange vertical stripes on its head.
This is a small bullet shaped fish with a very large head for their size. There are many different color variations among the "Clown" Gobies, and this species is yellow in color.