Red Striped Goby (Trimma cana)
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Red Striped Goby
1.020 - 1.025
8.1 - 8.4
- Red Striped Goby, Candycane Pygmy Goby
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Location where this animal is found in the wild.
- A males second spine in the dorsal fin will be more elongated than the females, reaching to the caudal peduncle.
- An active and peaceful little Goby which is reef-safe. Should not be kept with larger or potentially predatory fish or invertebrates due to this fish's tiny size. This fish does well in groups or pairs, but only if the group is added to the tank at the same time.
- Should be fed twice a day.
- Provide this fish with a mature tank with plenty of hiding places in live rock.
- An active and peaceful fish.
- An elongate small fish which is typical Goby in shape. The body is pale cream-white with around 7-8 vertical brilliant red bands down the body. The fins are white. The large eyes have gold rims.
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