Annie's Goby

RM 28.00
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The Annie's Dwarf Goby (Stiphodon annieae) is a very rare freshwater dwarf goby that is endemic to Halmahera, Indonesia.  It is known for the intense neon red and blue colors that male specimens display. The Annie's Dwarf Goby is a biofilm and algae grazer in nature.  It is known to usually accept frozen meaty foods, but such foods should only be fed occasionally.  This fish will also sometimes accept high-quality dry foods that are rich in plant matter, but it is absolutely essential that biofilm and algae are naturally available in the aquarium to ensure its long-term health or else it may slowly starve.

What We Like About This Fish:
  • Beautiful neon blue and red coloration in dominant males
  • Peaceful disposition with fish and peaceful invertebrates
  • Interesting social behavior when kept in colonies
  • Safe with dwarf shrimp
  • Will not bother plants
  • Temperature:  21° - 27.7° C
  • pH:  6.5 - 7.5
  • Diet:  Omnivorous.  Typically accepts some dry foods and frozen foods, but requires ample algae and biofilm for longevity
  • Social behavior:  Peaceful with other species, but multiple males may have minor squabbles.  Ample territory is recommended for multiple males
  • Origin:  Halmahera, Indonesia
  • Average adult size:  Up to 1.2 inches (3 cm)
  • Average purchase size:  1 - 1.2 inches (2.5 - 3 cm)

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