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Boleophthalmus Boddarti

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    Matt
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    A rare-in-the-trade, difficult-to-keep species of algae-grazing mudskipper

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    keith565
    Participant

    as always, a great looking beasty.
    do they frequent the land as often as others do?

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    Not in my experience, no Keith. These stayed submerged almost 100% of the time. I’m sorry to say they didn’t survive. Boleophthalmus are algal grazers and difficult to feed in captivity. I managed to keep them going for 6 months or so which is apparently some kind of record, and a pretty grim distinction to have

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    Antonia
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    Skippies! Oh god, was that the bunch where one had an unfortunate encounter with a filter opening…. poor skipster :'(

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