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Old 08-12-2004, 11:43 PM   #11
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I have a nice 29g tank with 3 F8 puffers, 4 knight gobies & 6 bumblebees.

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ooh that sounds like a fun setup . how big does a mudskipper tank needa be? that sounds like fun . err nvm no one sells em around here
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Re: Thanks for the post

Originally Posted by Hutch
............ continued from previous post "brackish ideas?"
I will consider muskippers.... they really are amazing creatures...

They may be more work than I am bargining for as Im going away to school and want something realitivly low maintence.

I was thinking what about a species tank of figure 8s or maybe even assorted brackish puffers

Also does anyone know of any asexual snails (ex trumpet snails) that could surive and breed in brackish water because I was thinking that would be a neat way to keep teh figure 8s fed. They could eat the little ones
a 20g is too small for any BW puffer other than a figure eight, and only one or two at the most.

it's also way too small for mudskippers, they need at least 10 gallons of water per fish and need about a 90g long for a good setup. They don't do well with small spaces as they're VERY territorial and bicker ALOT.

I would recommend either a figure eight or some mollies and bb gobies.

BW is not for beginners, if you're just getting into the hobby or aren't that experienced I highly recommend becomming a little more advanced first.

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