Green Banded Gobies

Discussion in 'Gobies' started by tkao, Jul 10, 2014.

  1. tkaoNew MemberMember

    Hi I was wondering if green banded gobies would do well in a brackish environment? I've heard some gobies actually do better in brackish water than salt water... Has anybody had experience with this specific topic?


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  2. Coradee

    CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    There are many species of goby for freshwater, brackish & marine, the green banded is a marine goby so I would keep it in full salt.
     
  3. 1971roadrunner

    1971roadrunnerWell Known MemberMember

    I thought I never heard of this Goby but looked it up and I have seen it at LFS's. I read on it a bit and Cora was right about it being SW only. I thought the care level would be higher than the info states, they are apparently quite east to care for - nice little fish :).

    * my fish would eat him though :(.
     
  4. Coradee

    CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    I had one a few years ago, they called it a Christmas goby at the Lfs because its colouring looks like one of santas elves.
    It was tiny & managed to get through a tiny gap in the lid found it dried up the next morning :(
     
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    tkaoNew MemberMember

    Thanks for the help guys! What are your opinions on the coolest looking brackish goby???


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  6. 1971roadrunner

    1971roadrunnerWell Known MemberMember

    Well the Bumblebee goby are plentiful at LFS's and for good reason but there is one I saw once at an LFS (had to look it up for the name) which is the Kanu goby. I really liked the look and behavior of the guy when I saw him.
     






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