He didn't touch any of the mysis or pellets but I turned off the flow to try to get a lot of it to settle on the sandbed, I ordered some copepods and some reefroids because I saw on another post that if you squirt some of the roids on the sand near him he will end up eating it apparentlyYou dont need phyto, but live phyto will help copepods establish a population faster
Two spots require spot feeding unless you have a healthy pod populationWouldnt recommend a two spot goby to many people, they have a terrible track record for staying alive long term. If you see it getting skinny supplement with live copepod, 25 gallon tank is going to have a problem sustaining a high enough population of organisms to keep a 2 spot goby alive.
I have one in a 75 gallon and i still try to supplement once and a while, only had it for 7 months though so i wouldnt say i have long term success by any means
Yup, I was convinced he was gonna be able to survive, I even started a brine hatcherysorry for your loss. very frustrating I know. Frankly, taking a break from adding fish is probably good for your mental health. Go back at it next month and just try to enjoy your tank in the meantime