sell live baby marble goby
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we sell live baby marble goby size between 2 to 3 inch. We can ship minimum 500pcs and maximum 2000pcs for each shipment. Above 2000 need to give time 1 or 2 month. all our baby marble goby we get from natural sources such as river and dam and breeding. If you interested kindly contact me and i will entertain you first class.
Oxyeleotris marmorata (Marbled Goby)
Class: Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes)
Order: Perciformes (perch-like fish)
Scientific Name: Oxyeleotris marmorata
Other Scientific Name(s) : Eleotris marmorata, Bostrichthys marmoratus, Oxyeleotris marmoratus, Gigantogobius jordani, Callieleotris platycephalus
Common Name: Marbled Goby
Other Common Names: Marble goby
Distribution: Asia: Thailand Indonesia. Record from Fiji needs confirmation.
Diet: initially live foods like larval feeders, then dead foods like small pieces of chicken. can be trained to take fish foods, I feed mine Micro pellets. after settling down they will eat just about anything meat. they grow to 30-50cm and will eat fish.
Temperament: can be aggresive to it's own kind, but when adult is lethargic & slow moving & won't bother about anything except food. when young (1inch) they will tolerate one another as long as they have been introduced at the same time. they will nip at small fishes, especially longfin danios. can become real characters. older ones may bite when caught so handle with care.
Breeding: give them caves & you might have luck. babies can eat the same foods as the adults, though in smaller quantities.
Other Comments: I got mine from a shop dealing in grass shrimp. here in Malaysia the shrimp are caught by hoovering them up from the river bottom or with scooop nets and everything is thrown in. gobies were often caught with these shrimps. the dealer had 2 concrete tanks full of shrimp. I noticed several gobies darting around in there and caught some. the dealer thought of them as nothing more than rubbish fish and fed them to arowanas and his snakehead. I therefore got 10 absolutely free. at 1 inch long they were very endearing and settled down in almost immediately. it took 1 week for them to get used to fish foods. they are hardy, and can survive out of water for an hour.