Where could I buy this goby?

lirenwang

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It is not clown goby! it's Lubricogobius . I have never see this goby in the trade :( . But I know it is live in japan sea.
 

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29reef

It's all about the flow
They look tiny....most small fish do not ship well...

Can you share where you read that small fish don't ship well?



Likely if they live only in Japanese waters it's not likely to see them here, especially if it's a $500 goby. It's hard enough for retailers to sell a $150+ white cap.

I'm sure with some research and a few hundred dollars you can track one or two down. GL
 

lirenwang

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tooooooo high

tooooooo high

Thanks! I think I have to give up,according to ************:
The Dinah's goby can be found at 10-36m in depth, but is cryptic and difficult to spot. Their geographical range also makes them rather difficult to obtain. It's little wonder then, that this little fish is very rare in the trade, and specimens are typically shipped to the Japanese market where Goby enthusiasts pay up to USD1,500 per pair.
I find a true fact that if a fish live in japan its price must be very very high. I don't know why and other friends find that problem
 

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