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there are many species of mudskippers and they have different requirements. Some species are the 'typical' ones that spend lots of time out of the water, while others are found up in rivermouths. These latter ones can live for periods in freshwater (but not permanently) but are also largely aquatic, rarely coming out of the water. The only mudskippers I've seen in Chch shops were the mainly-aquatic ones, which are really more like regular gobies than the mudskippers you probably have in mind.

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I used to have a couple in a brackish water tank back in Auckland. like previously mentioned though, dont put them with puffers cause they wont last long. Havn't seen much in the way of them lately but holywood fish farm used to get them in. Im pretty sure they were around the $50 mark

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