June 13, 2011
August 17, 2009
Should be B. xantomelas. Pattern doesn't differ a lot, so it's to be expected not to represent a new species. Like most Brachygobius they do well in hard water, for breeding it should be softend down to 8-10 KH.
Your specimen seems to be good conditioned, sometimes they arrrive in a terrible condition.
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