Seminole gobies (Microgobius carri) are cute little gobies that live in a shallow burrow in the sand or sometimes under a piece of live rock. They hover above their burrow most of the time and if they are disturbed they dart in to their hole. We often find them in pairs or even as a colony with two larger ones and three to six smaller gobies. They do not seem to bother anything and behave similarly to the jawfish and are found living near the jawfish in the wild. They love pellet food and get up to 4 inches in length. The ones that we sell are generally around two to two and a half inches in length.
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 10 June, 2012.