1st attempt at Yellow clown goby breeding
Ive been waiting about a month and a half for Yellow Clown Gobys to come into one of my petstores.Well i seen two in seperate tanks right next two each other so i asked the owner to throw the other one in with the other goby.I seen him nip once at the other goby but the tank seemed relativly peaceful.His tank was at 23 and i didnt see any signs of ich.
The fish themselfs are young and only about 3/4 of a inch with one being slightly larger.After placeing them in my tank they stayed in my bubble caulepra and have been there ever since.They have been somewhat agressive towards each other with one nipping at the others dorsal fin causeing a few tears.Ive read that these fish change sex if circumstances are right.Im not really sure how it happens but i figure it must be something like clownfish.
I threw some brine in the tank but have about 1000 anthropods in there.They literally cover the liverock.Im hopeing that they eat some.I also added some kent marine micro fliter food to the brine and fishtank.I didnt see them go after the brine or the antropods.Getting them to eat is somethiung i want to get down right away.
Theres no other fish in the tank,but there is one flatworm i am trying to remove and that is my only concern.The fliter intake is covered with a sponge and there are no powerheads so they wont have any caustalitys.I will check on them tommrow and seperate them if the tears continue on the other fish because i dont want it getting all stressed out.
Edited by Builder Anthony, 26 September 2014 - 11:42 AM.