Chlamydogobius eremius


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Offering Chlamydogobius eremius (Desert Goby).

Type locality is ‘Coward Spring, in a small pool of water around an artesian well, central Australia’, and this species is endemic to the Lake Eyre drainage basin, South Australia. It’s quite widely-distributed in southern and western parts of the basin, with a range extending southwards from the Neales River to Clayton Bore, west of the small town of Marree. This species is an opportunistic omnivore by nature and an unfussy feeder in captivity. It will accept most dried foods but for best colour and condition should be offered meals of small live and frozen invertebrates such as Artemia, Daphnia, bloodworm, etc.

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