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Orangespotted Goby Video Stock Footage

This species is symbiotic with snapper shrimp Alpheus floridanus, sharing the burrow with the shrimps, usually a pair, on unvegetated silty substrates in waters of less than 9 metres (30 ft) depth. The goby and its host shrimps interact closely and the goby is dependent on its hosts' burrow for cover. The goby acts as a sentinel, watching for danger from the entrance of the burrow. The diet of the orangespotted goby consists mainly of small gastropods, decapods, ostracods and isopods. Learn more about Orangespotted Goby

View related species in family group: Goby

Animalia: Chordata: Perciformes: Actinopterygii: Gobiidae: Nes longus

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