Stonogobiops... repro. now
Thank you, do u know anything about the breeding behaviour of these
<Gobies period; yes. This genus, no>
Back to sexing 9/29/13
I was just wandering how you could identify the difference in the sexes
from the photo I sent you? They look very similar.
<Is simply a guess... based on apparent/relative size... as prev.
More re Stonogobiops; now symbiotic shrimp matching, comp.
w/ other livestock 10/1/13
Sorry to keep bothering you, my pair of high fin goby's have taken up
residence In the Jawfishes old home, and they are being very timid and
not coming out for feeding
I was thinking of getting them a pistol shrimp to help with
digging but was wandering what type of pistol will pair with them? We
have a pair of mandarins, 1 Jawfish, and 2 bicolour blenny's.
<... I'd very likely skip placing an Alpheid here... Too likely (highly)
to have trouble, even if the Pistol is commensal to mutual w/ the
Stonogobiops (nematodes BTW, not yasha)... You can/could look up which
species are found "naturally" together... The real trouble is size of
the system AND the other fishes here. Too much probability that the
latter would/will "get punched"... Keep reading. B>