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Stigmatogobius sadanunidio
Knight goby
Hamilton, 1822

Stigmatogobius sadanunidio - Knight goby - Knight Goby
Knight Goby
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(Other members of the genus Stigmatogobius)

ADULT SIZE: 8 cm

WATER CONDITIONS: Brackish (tablespoon of seasalt/gallon)

TEMPERATURE RANGE: 20-27 C

FOOD: Feed Stigmatogobius sadanunidio predominantly live foods

DISTRIBUTION: This species comes from Borneo, Indonesia

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AQUARIUM CARE: The Knight goby from the island of SUmatra, is a typical brackish water fish; hard water with a tablespoon of sea salt per gallon is ideal. This goby loves meaty livefoods; white worms, tubifex, bloodworms and prawns.

BREEDING: These gobies are terrotorial, but not aggressive - they are cave spawners and will guard a tipped over flower pot etc. Raising the temperature slightly can help induce spawning.

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