Alright, here's my first attempt at a FOTM so bear with me. Gold Headed Sleeper Goby Common Name: Gold Headed Sleeper Goby Scientific Name: Valenciennea strigata Origin: Indo-Pacific Max Size: ~7in. Reef Safe: Yes. They won’t bother any of your corals but be mindful of their habit of moving sand and rock. If your rockwork isn’t secured, then their digging could result in a rockslide potentially crushing valuable corals. They also like to pick up sand and spit it out everywhere, covering some corals. Attitude: Very active and peaceful but may become aggressive towards similar species. Mine spends all day sifting through the sand and being pals with my clownfish. Mine is currently about 2” in length and gets along with everything in my tank. I have even seen it sharing its den and sleeping with my coral banded shrimp. They have been known to jump but I’ve never had a problem with it even thinking about it. Diet: Meaty foods. It will sift the sand looking for food. Mine also goes crazy for frozen mysis and swims all the way to the surface looking for more. It even tries to go for flake food as well but usually ends up spitting it back out. Breeding: I have heard of people breeding these in captivities but nowhere near the success rate as say an ocellaris clown. I personally have no experience in this matter. Personal Opinions: Great addition to my tank. I love how clean it keeps the sand. It is also very comical to watch it eat a mouthful of sand and then spit it out its gills. At times they can be a nuisance just because it throws sand everywhere. Be prepared to have lots of “floaties” in your water column for awhile after you get one. As it sifts the sand, all of the little particulates become suspended and can gunk up your filter fast. All in all, it’s an awesome fish that I’m glad I have. *If you have any pics, please feel free to post them here. Pack, I know you have some good ones.