Eviota brahmi -Brahm's Goby is an awesome little dwarf goby that has a bright red-orange stripe bordered by white stripes above and below. The fins are transparent, and the dorsal fin is elongated in both sexes. Brahm’s Goby may be more timorous than some other nano gobies when first introduced, but they will reward the viewer with their extremely bright colors and coy behaviors once they are well acclimated. This species will hover in the water column if provided a lower-flow area.
Eviota are tiny, reef safe, and peaceful, making them the perfect nano reef citizens. They won't eat coral or small inverts (except tiny copepods of course). Avoid housing these with larger, more aggressive fish.
Eviota prefer gentle flow and are social fish that will be more active in small groups, but may also be kept singly. They have a similar disposition to neon gobies. Feeding on C1 pellets, PE Calanus, and other small meaty foods.
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