Dragon Sleeper Goby Medium
The Sleeper Banded Goby, also called the Brownbarred Goby and Bullet Goby, was discovered in the Indo-Pacific Ocean in 1837. It has a greenish-yellow head with blue and orange dots and dashes and a yellow body with brown bands. It requires a 30-gallon aquarium with a substrate of loose coral rubble and a tight-fitting lid. It is territorial and should be kept in a mated pair. It feeds on tiny crustaceans and filamentous algae and should be fed a varied diet three times a day, including vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, prepared foods for herbivores, and nori strips.