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The Peacock Gudgeon (Tateurndina ocellicauda) is a vibrant freshwater fish that’s endemic to shallow bodies of water in Papua New Guinea. They’re also found throughout New Zealand and Australia.
While the fish are sometimes referred to as the Peacock Goby, they are not part of the Goby family. Instead, they belong to the Eleotridae and are the only members of the Tateurndina Genus.
These days, most of the Peacock Gudgeons you see in fish markets are bred in captivity. They have become quite popular in the fish community. As their name would suggest, their striking looks are reminiscent of peacock feathers!
The fish makes an excellent addition to any community tank. Though, they require some special attention to ensure that they stay healthy, vibrant, and stress-free.