The Tangaroa Shrimpgoby, Ctenogobiops tangaroai, features a unique body coloration with an almost clear white body and beautiful neon pink and green spots. Due to its small size, the Tangaroa Shrimpgoby should never be kept with large aggressive fish. They thrive best in tanks with plenty of live rock, a deep sandy substrate, and a tightly sealed lid to prevent escapes. Sometimes, they will form a symbiotic relationship with the Alpheus shrimps. They will do well in both groups and as individuals and will eat a carnivorous diet.