The Indian Mudskipper, or Asian dwarf mudskipper, is a cute little guy that does not get bigger that a slender three inches. These are peaceful creatures that will do fine in a vivarium, terrarium, and aquarium. Big Nigerian mudskippers and cichlids will eat them, but mid size community fish will be fine companions. Keep the tank covered, they like to climb. Also, these fish require some salt in the water since they are brackish by nature.
- Scientific Name: PEIOPHTHALMUS SEPTEMRADIATUS
- Origin: India
- Lifespan: 6 years
- Max size: 3 inches
- Food: live, frozen, flake
- Shipping Size: Approx. 2 inches