Green Clown Goby - Gobiodon atrangulatus
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Meet the Green Clown Goby (Gobiodon atrangulatus): A Petite and Playful Addition to Your Aquarium
Introducing the Green Clown Goby (Gobiodon atrangulatus), a charming and vibrant fish known for its petite size and playful nature. Native to the Indo-Pacific region, these gobies bring a touch of color and liveliness to your aquatic world.
1. Stunning Green Coloration: The Green Clown Goby boasts a striking emerald-green body, with vertical maroon stripes along the face, and maroon spots down the body. Its vivid color adds a splash of vibrancy to your aquarium, making it a delightful focal point for smaller tanks.
2. Ideal Tank Size: To ensure their comfort and well-being, a smaller tank size of 10-20 gallons (38-76 liters) is suitable for these diminutive gobies. Their small size allows them to thrive in cozy setups.
3. Peaceful and Reef-Safe: The Green Clown Goby is known for its peaceful nature and is considered reef-safe, making it an excellent choice for reef aquariums. They coexist harmoniously with corals and other invertebrates, however, they are known to occasionally nip SPS polyps.
4. Beginner-Friendly: These gobies are well-suited for aquarists of all experience levels, making them an excellent choice for both beginners and seasoned hobbyists. They adapt readily to established tank conditions.
5. Petite Size: Green Clown Gobies typically reach a maximum size of around 1.5 inches (3.8 cm), which makes them a petite and manageable addition to various aquariums.
Tank Environment: Maintain a well-established marine aquarium with live rock for hiding spots and stable water parameters. Keep the water temperature between 72-78°F (22-26°C) and maintain a salinity level of 1.023-1.025.
Feeding: Green Clown Gobies thrive on a diet of high-quality marine flakes and pellets. They may also benefit from occasional servings of live or frozen foods to supplement their nutrition.
Compatibility: These gobies are generally peaceful and can coexist with various marine fish, making them a versatile addition to your aquarium community.