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Does this sound like a good 20 gallon?

Discussion in 'Brackish' started by Jakezori, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. Jakezori

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    1/3 sand (could I replicate a mud-type sand?), 2/3 water

    1 mudskipper (what kind would be best/coolest?)

    1 red claw crab

    2 nerites

    Thoughts? Concerns?

    I have no experience with mudskippers, useful links would be awesome.

    Oh, also, what filtration would be best and quietest?
     
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    what kind of mudskipper? depending on species of mudskipper it might eat your snails or get to big for your tank.
     
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    I'd say teh mudskipper might eat the crab too, the crab would eat the snails
    For mud, carribsea does make a mud though I'd think miracle mud would be better as it is mostly benthic mud.
    Maybe a Fluval U series would be good since it's in tank and waterlevels are likely to fluctuate
     

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