Indian mudskipper setup

Fishyfan

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Wow, i was just looking through the brackish section and noticed this thread, you guys brought up my first post :nilly:. I never did get the mudskippers...

Thanks for the info anyway, i just saw some indian mudskippers at a lfs and was considering getting one or two haha
 

dzkid82

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Dec 17, 2008
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anyone know how to successfully raise mudskippers? i cannot get mine to live past 24 hours. i tried to keep in 20 gallon setup, brackish water, some land, and air pump. i noticed mudskippers are bloody by the belly after they've died. any suggestions would be helpful. thanks.
 

Candicebzb

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Feb 2, 2019
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I've had one for over a year. Do you have a heater and a glass top? This is necessary to keep the humdity up. Mine like plain old tropical fish pellets. I'm still trying to discover descent tank mates. I do have nerite snails in the tank.
 

Mitchell The Monster

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Nov 5, 2016
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I've had one for over a year. Do you have a heater and a glass top? This is necessary to keep the humdity up. Mine like plain old tropical fish pellets. I'm still trying to discover descent tank mates. I do have nerite snails in the tank.
Tankmates generally aren't a good idea for mudskippers.
This is a thread from 2009 btw...
 
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