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  1. Alright as some of you are already aware I am creating a brackish mudskipper paludarium in my school! No live stock yet but mangrove and dwarf hair grass!
  2. I've had a stiphodon goby in my tank for over a year and i pretty much don't feed it and its belly is nice and round. i think it just eats biofilm and left over food from my other fish but I wanna get more of them cause I love watching them hop around the tank and stick to the glass, rocks and plants. what should I feed them? I'm probably gonna get like 2-3 more for my 10 gallon is this a good number or how many do you think I should get?
  3. Hello! I’m new to this forum but have kept fish for a couple years now. I recently got this guy at my LFS. The owner had no idea what type of goby this was. He came in a shipment with some kuhli loaches. I can’t find anything online that looks like it. I’m currently keeping him in a 20 long. Does anyone have any idea what kind of fish this is?
  4. Was interested in keeping these fish, but information is quite varied. Wonder if anyone has kept them?
  5. I purchased a helmeted goby this weekend but can’t find any info about it online. I was curious if anyone on here has any knowledge of this goby? I will attach a pic.
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  7. So I have 6 Taiwanese Dragon Micro Gobies. They are very small and I’m worried about them eating. The place I got them from says to feed small, meaty, frozen foods. I have been using frozen baby brine shrimp and frozen cyclops, but have never actually seen them eat. Do any of you have any experience with these little guys or have any suggestions? Also they are in a heavily planted 75 gal with rainbow shiners, tetras, and corys. Thanks.
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