Mandarin goby

Discussion in 'Gobies' started by Eli The Fish Man, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. Eli The Fish ManValued MemberMember

    i would like to know if i can put a mandarin goby in a three gallon tank with a baby damsel
     
  2. SharkdudeWell Known MemberMember

    Three gallons is really small even for nano. Unless you have access to a mandarin that eats prepared food its not really a good idea to put them in anything less than a 55 that's stocked with a large pod culture. In a 3 gallon it might last a fee weeks before it eventually starved. They peck and eat constantly at copepods.
     
  3. MikeFishloreAdmin Moderator Member

    No
     
  4. ryanrModeratorModerator Member

    I wouldn't.

    As per sharkdude, they are very finnicky, and need a good sustained pod population (not to mention an extremely well established system)
     
  5. SharkdudeWell Known MemberMember

    Honestly I can't think of very many sw fish that is suitable for a 3 gallon system that isn't very rare or expensive.

    Here are some suggestions that may work: Dracula goby (expensive), Lotilia/whitecap goby (expensive),yashagoby, trimmaor eviotagobies, barnacle blenny, yellow clown goby, red head goby, green banded goby
     
    Last edited: Apr 20, 2012
  6. Eli The Fish ManValued MemberMember

    Ok Thanks
     
  7. AquacultureNew MemberMember

    3 gallons? I wouldn't put anything other than a live food culture in a 3 gallon.
     
  8. Eli The Fish ManValued MemberMember

    I have a yellow clown goby and a damsel and they are fine together.
     




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