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Old 08-09-2009, 03:01 AM   #1
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They look alot like mudskippers.. can they live outside of water? It kind of looks like they're walking/crawling in the movie

And yeah they're coloring up nicely.
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nope dont think so.
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Hmm, anyways.. I tried looking up the name, and this thread popped up..and I'm assuming they aren't the same fish. (We need a better way to classify animals like DNA, since they are doing all that genome stuff) I found a site where it showed like the genome of 255 or so animals, but can't seem to find it....

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Hmm, anyways.. I tried looking up the name, and this thread popped up..and I'm assuming they aren't the same fish. (We need a better way to classify animals like DNA, since they are doing all that genome stuff) I found a site where it showed like the genome of 255 or so animals, but can't seem to find it....

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Woah...that is a crazy looking fish. It looks like a saltwater watchman gobie type fish...only not I guess. I like the colours. Looks like a very interesting fish.
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Gamer...how big will those guys get? What size tank would they need and who would they be most compatible with?

I really like the spotted colouration on their chins...if fish have chins lol
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It seems like the more I look at these fish, the more I realize that they have more "personality" than most other fish, to the point that you could eventually name each of them. (each has a unique color or pattern)

Also, is the sexing determined by the color of the scales? (possibly the females are the orangish ones and the males are the brownish ones?)
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no the common name for those is lip stick goby. these are not the same. there is really no info from all the searching i have done. they should reach about 2.5 inch. unlike some of the other gobies these are meat eaters so a lot easier to feed. i have seen vids of others in community tanks.
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It seems like the more I look at these fish, the more I realize that they have more "personality" than most other fish, to the point that you could eventually name each of them. (each has a unique color or pattern)

Also, is the sexing determined by the color of the scales? (possibly the females are the orangish ones and the males are the brownish ones?)
there are so many cool gobies out there. i really think these will be the next big thing. you are right about personality plus many of them have such a wide range of colors.
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mgamer beat me to the punch about those gobies that were posted. I had a batch of lipstick gobies that were very colorful and thats what they were. I love these little guys. I think i am gonna get me a couple for my other unidentified goby. They are going in a ten gallon and very soon to a 20 or 29 gallon. probally a 20.
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