X2 (Pair) Blue Dot Jawfish Fish Med Live Colorful Saltwater Fish


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*This package is for a Pair (Two) of Blue dot Jawfish
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Minimum Tank Size: 30 gallons
Care Level: Moderate
Temperament: Semi-aggressive
Reef Compatible: Yes
Water Conditions: 72-78° F, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025, KH 8-12
Max. Size: 3½"
Color Form: Blue, Orange
Diet: Carnivore
An incredible colorful fish to keep in any peaceful environment. The slender Blue Spotted Jawfish will move sand from the substrate and dig a burrowing hole to live within. Often times this fish will use a shell as it's door to the hole. Their head will pop out of their hole looking for food and predators. Upon seeing food they will float out of their hole in a standing motion to grab the food and then rush back into their home.Their body has blue spots on top of the orange body and head. They have large eyes giving them an "alien" appearance. More than one can be kept per tank. These fish are also jumpers, so precautions should be taken to secure openings at the top of the aquarium.Gobies compose one of the largest family of fish in the ocean. These small fish live around reefs or on sandy flats. Many of the Gobies are known for their burrowing behavior. These fish use burrows in the sand for safety. Some of the Goby species are known to share their burrows with Pistol Shrimp; behavior that can be duplicated in the home aquarium. Most Gobies have cupped ventral fins that nearly join just below their gill plates that serve as perching mechanisms so the Goby can always be on the lookout in a resting position. The Goby is a tremendous addition to the home aquarium.
The Blue Dot Jawfish, also known as the Bluespotted Jawfish, was first discovered in the Tropical Eastern Pacific in 1991 by Allen and Robertson. Its head and body are orange with irregular-shaped blue spots.
It should be kept in a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with docile tank mates and at least 3 inches of mixed substrate for burrowing. These fish are very aggressive towards others of their own species, so only one specimen, or a mated pair, should be kept per tank. The Blue Dot Jawfish is known to be a jumper, so it is best kept in an aquarium with a tight-fitting lid to prevent escape.

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  • Can you email me when you get some more of the blue dot jawfish pairs. I am very interested in them. They are one of the most beautiful fish available. Dependent on the weather here in Michigan at the time of arrival at your facility. I might be better off to wait until the spring. Thank you very much for your time and consideration.

    Hello,  yes we should have about 12 arriving this week.  Can you email us at Support@YourFishStore.com

  • Do I need to get on a waiting list for the bonded pair of bluedot jawfish? I am very interested in aquiring a pair

    Hello,  We should have some more in this December hopefully around the 20th

  • Hello inquiring to see if you have received more pairs of Bluedot jawfish? My previous inquiry you were all out at the time. Currently 7/30.

    Hello,  At the moment we are out of stock on Bluedot jawfish.  Hopefully we have some more in this monday. 

  • Hello I am interested in your bonded Bluedot jawfish. I would like a bonded pair around 31/2-4” if possible. Is that available? I have a 200 gallon reef tank that is covered and eager to find a suitable set for my tank.

    Hello,   Thank you for contacting YFS.  At the moment we are out of stock but every Monday we have our new saltwater and freshwater arrivals.  We should have more in this Monday.  They are not technically bonded but just paired up. 

  • Interested in Your blue spotted jawfish the "X2 (Pair) Blue Dot Jawfish Fish Med Live Colorful Saltwater Fish" curious if you could give me some more information concerning the specimens i.e. what their current diet is how long you have had them for and if at all possible current photos. Sorry to be so needy just don't want to waste time with a fatal transition. From your facility to mine

    Hello,  We feed the bluedot jawfish mysis shrimp.  We have really good success with our blue dot jaw fish we ship out.  We usually keep them for 2-3 months before we ship out so we ensure they are active and properly eating.