The Orange Spotted Shrimpgoby, Amblyeleotris guttata, also known as the Orange Spot, and the Spotted Prawn Goby. As a small fish, it is best housed in a smaller tank with peaceful tank mates. They thrive in tanks with plenty of live rock, a deep sandy substrate, and a tightly sealed lid to prevent escape. They will build a burrow under the sand bed. The Orange Spotted Shrimpgoby can form a symbiotic relationship with Alpheus shrimp. They do well in small groups but can also thrive individually. The Orange Spotted Shrimpgoby will eat a carnivorous diet and are known to spawn successfully in a an aquarium.