This larger, beautifully-marked gudgeon is an unfussy fish that is a standout in planted aquariums!

The Purple Spotted Mogurnda Goby (Mogurnda mogurnda) is a very colorful and active fish that is an excellent centerpiece fish for the subropical planted aquarium. It is a much larger relative of the Peacock Gudgeon (Tateurndina ocellicauda) and is native to Southern Australia, where its wild collection is banned. Although it is reportedly endangered in the wild, it is bred by a few commercial farms. Due to its maximum size of 5.5 inches (14 cm), it is not a good companion for dwarf shrimp, but it is typically not aggressive with other animals that are too large to be considered prey.