Catalina goby Cave Goby Golden-headed Sleeper Goby Neon Goby Pink-Spotted Shrimp Goby The Cave Goby or Transparent Goby has a very interesting coloration (or lack of) and is a great addition to a reef setup!
Most of the Coryphopterus are somewhat transparent like the Cave Goby or Transparent Goby, and most are smaller fish in the 3-5 cm range.
Geographic Distribution Coryphopterus glaucofraenum Data provided by FishBase.org
Maintenance difficulty: The Cave Goby or Transparent Goby is easy to keep, they are ideal for a reef environment. Provide plenty of caves and hiding places. Maintenance/Foods: This fish is a typical goby eating small crustaceans and other small marine organisms. Live brine is ideal for the aquarium. Habitat: Natural geographic location: Western Atlantic: North Carolina, USA and Bermuda to Cabo San Roque, Brazil; throughout the Caribbean Sea. Social Behaviors: Typical goby behavior, they are peaceful with other fish and only come out to eat. Sex: Sexual differences: We have found no information although most male gobies have a longer dorsal fin. Breeding/Reproduction: We have found no information at this time (10/01/99). Light: Recommended light levels: No special requirements. Temperature: No special requirements. Normal temperatures for marine fish is between 74 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit. Length/Diameter of fish: Cave Goby or Transparent Goby adults can grow to 2.5-5.0 cm (1-2 inches). Minimum Tank Length/Size: A minimum 20 gallon aquarium is recommended. Water Movement: Weak, Moderate, Strong No special requirements. Water Region: Top, Middle, Bottom Usually spends most of its' time on rockwork or live rock near the bottom. A bottom dweller. Availability: This fish is rarely available and is moderately expensive.