Feeding Shy Gobies

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Hello,

Picked up a green warpaint goby from my LFS today.
He’s a lot smaller than I thought, I had placed a hold out from online pictures and they were misleading. (Not their fault though)
I’m worried about the little fella coming out to eat, he was hiding under LR at the LFS and I know he is now.
He’s gonna be alone in this tank by my current plans, but I hope he sees that as a good thing.

Any advice for feeding tiny, shy, and new gobies?

Sorry for the bad photo, the 5 seconds I saw him before he started digging were spent in the corner I can’t scrape.

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Oh ok cool. I’ll feed some very fragrant bloodworms.
Careful with bloodworms. If not consumed can quickly foul a tank
 
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