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The neon goby is found throughout the western central Atlantic from southern Florida and the coast of Texas and Louisiana, to the northern Yucatan peninsula and Belize. Its preferred habitat is coral reefs and rocky substrates at depths of 3 to 168 feet.
Although its coloration can vary depending on the region from which it originated, the neon goby is usually darker in color dorsally and paler underneath. It has a neon blue stripe that runs laterally from its eyes to the base of the tail. This fish measures between 1 to 1.5 inches in length.
Look for the neon gobies in one of several exhibits in the Tropical Diver gallery.