NOTE: Many of the animals sold on this site are exotic to the United States, and should NEVER be released into local waters. Even the crayfish, most of which are native to various portions of the USA, should not be released as they may not be native to your particular area. The release of non-indigenous animals can cause major problems for local ecosystems, especially when dealing with crayfish. Be a responsible hobbyist....never release animals into the wild. Thanks!
Hawaii residents, please read this.
The following photos are intended to show what the animals look like in general. Since these are all wild stock animals, and since many
fish and shrimp are variable in coloration, the actual animals you get may vary in color, pattern, and/or intensity of color. The photos are there as a guide only, and I can not guarantee the coloration or patterns.
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Occurs in estuaries, mangroves, tidal creeks
and freshwater. Reaches 1" TL.
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Occurs in lowland wetlands to estuaries and peats. Also found in
ponds, ditches, canals, reservoirs and mangrove creeks.
Prefers clear water in areas with dense growth of rooted or floating
plants. Sometimes occurring in hypersaline waters. Feeds mainly on
insects. Reaches 3.5". This is the red variation of
this species from India.
Usually occurs near the coast, but lives in freshwater as well
as in brackish habitats. Reaches 1.2" TL.
Occurs at the surface in habitats
with dense growth of aquatic plants. Feeds on small crustaceans, insects and
protozoans. Requires slightly alkaline water. Reaches ~2" TL.
||Indian Mudskipper |
Periophthalmus novemradiatus var. (possibly an undescribed species)
This mudskipper comes from India. Due to its small size, about 4", a group of six can be housed in a 30 gallon tank, providing there is plenty of rockwork and driftwood to provide cover. They feed upon small crickets, bloodworms, and the like. Fish are young, and are not yet sexable. Check out the mudskippers that belong to Shellie. Click here to see a pic of the female. See FISHBASE.
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