Hobbyist aquarium breeders have been tinkering with gobies of the genus Priolepis for at least a decade now, and based on my own personal experience with P. hipoliti (the Rusty Goby), they are downright challenging to keep alive past 24 hours! Details are sparse, but ORA alludes to the difficulty in producing this species.
In reference to rearing this species (commonly called the Girdled Goby or Yellow Cave Goby), ORA stated that, “[it] was no easy task to raise these little guys, they took nearly 60 days to complete metamorphosis at which time aggression became a serious issue.” Citing the difficulties in rearing the species, combined with the low price point of wild caught fish, ORA cautions readers to not expect this fish to become a regular offering. ORA however did state that some of these initial fish will be available through LiveAquaria.com, presumably via the Diver’s Den.
Read more on the ORA Blog.