So, apparently, I managed to catch myself a male and a female bumblebee goby. She's been hiding out a lot this last couple days. I spotted her earlier swimming around, and noticed what seemed to be a large gravid spot. I've had a google (seriouslyfish) because I knew they weren't livebearers, and have zero knowledge about raising egglayers. Apparently she could well be looking for a place to lay, and apparently, they're not too complex to raise successfully. So. I have a tank I could put the pair in. I could throw in some nice deep substrate, some weeds, a couple little rocks, and some sort of little cave for her to go lay under. As I understand it, once she's dropped the eggs, I take her out and leave him in there for a week (or so) to parent until the babies are free-swimming. Once he's done tending, I remove him also and grow out the fry. So, question. Assuming my run-down above is correct... any idea on when I need to move her? Or, is she already too far along and it's best to leave her rather than disturb her? I'd dearly love to have lil babies, but if she lays in her current tank the eggs will get eaten. I'd still rather that than stress her out too close to laying, so, if that's how it is, so be it. Here's my pale lil lady, I'll try and get a photo of Mr CameraShy tomorrow for if anyone wants to see bbg "plumage".