Pockmarks Goby (Rhinogobius lentiginis) is a freshwater goby that is native to Zhejiang, China. Their beautiful red makes them very special looking. They usually are found in swift flowing streams over sandy or stony riverbeds, often in relatively cool water. Like the most goby , the Pockmarks Goby have sucker-like pelvic fins just below their pectorals, which they use to stick on to rocks and aquarium glass. A few live in still water, such as the lacustrine species, but most are current loving. In their natural environment these fish consume larvae or other similar creatures. Frozen bloodworms and brine shrimp are always the top choices for them.
|Adult Size:||5 cm|
|Purchasing size:||3 – 4 cm|
|Temperature:||64.4° – 75.2°F (18°- 24°C)|
|pH range:||6 — 8|
|Hardness：||60 — 120|
|Minimum tank size:||25 gallon|
|Can be group keeping||Yes|