Neon gobies, Elacatinus oceanops, reside in the Gobiidae family, which has 38 species alone in the Caribbean. They typically don't grow any larger than 2" long, and as is obvious by their name, are recognizable by the electric blue body stripe running from eye to tail.
|Nassau grouper in profile. This fish loves getting its picture taken!|
|Neon blue goby | Photo: Jmk7 via Wikimedia Commons|
|Moray eels also like to visit the cleaning station|
|As do some divers|
You'll find neon gobies in another part of the Aquarium, too! Check out this video of neon gobies cleaning the Goliath groupers in the Blue Hole exhibit on Level 2.