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my african mudskippers !

Discussion in 'Brackish' started by mudskipperlover, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. mudskipperlover

    mudskipperlover Registered Member

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    hello everybody ,

    my name is yonatan and i am from israel ,

    i am not an english speaker so you will have to forgive me if my english is'nt perfect ..
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    so to the point -

    i wanted to share my brackish tank !

    i already know what you're thinking .. acording to the topic they're african but mine are not the atlantic tipe .

    they are a bit rare and i have'nt seen any photos of them in captivity on the network .

    my mudskippers are a dwarf kind and they came from kenya .

    i keep 10 of them in 1 meter across tank with 2 hermit crabs and 6 living and growing mangroves .

    they are not agressive at all ,not to each other and neither to the hermit crabs .

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    hope you enjoyed it ,if there would be good comments i'll upload some more :thm:

    good night :)
     
  2. RisiganL.

    RisiganL. AC Members

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    Very cool tank! What do you feed these guys? Also, Welcome to the forum!
     
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    They are just adorable:) Nice setup too.
    I would love to get a tank set up for them one of these
    days, they're just so cute!
     
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    jbradt this is bat country

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    Very cool! And your tank is awesome.
     
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    Oh be still my heart!! They are sooooooooooo adorable! I'm in loooove!

    Congradulations on a job well done indeed. Awsome set-up. A very unusual tank done right. Very impressive.

    Mrs. B
     
  6. mudskipperlover

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    thank you very much !

    i feed them in earthworms ,crickets and frozen blood worms .

    more comments and i will upload more pictures !:)
     
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    where did you get these guys?
     
  8. mudskipperlover

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    i got them in a big fish store in tel aviv .

    i needed to to make a personal delivery to have them here .
     
  9. Ptrick125

    Ptrick125 Learning a lot everyday

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    Nice tank, how did you get real mud for them?
     
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    Hi I am just starting to get my tank ready for Indian Dwarf mudskippers. How are yours doing now. What advice would you give for someone just starting. Tikvah. PS your English is great
     
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    Well, now I have one more thing to add to my list.

    They are adorable. They look like little aliens.
     

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