African Algae Eating Gobies

Discussion in 'Catfish and Bottom Dwellers' started by Natives2WI, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. Natives2WI

    Natives2WI Well-Known Member

    I posted on MAS too, has anyone bred these fish? I picked up two to eliminate BBA in my biocube, and they seem to be getting the upper hand, but I am thinking I might actually have a male/female pair. One of them's dorsal has a slight extension and is skinner, seems to have a bigger head too. The other, is much plumper (looks to have eggs inside) and does not have a dorsal extension. Just curious on what your thoughts are, and if you have any breeding reports, I have open ears.
  2. Cinnamonsticks

    Cinnamonsticks Moderator

  3. tjudy

    tjudy Executive Board Staff Member

    The african Sycidium gobies must return to marine water for their larval stage.
  4. aquaticclarity

    aquaticclarity Well-Known Member Staff Member

    And you might very well have 2 different species. I've seen 3 or 4 species come in together.

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