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    Belobranchus belobranchus






    I present my sleeper fish .

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    Interesting goby-like fish. I've did some googling and found out that they are commonly known as Throat-spine gudgeon. Interesting fish with interesting name.
    What do you feed it with?
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    hi bro this is it a marine fish ? pls correct me if i,m wrong thanks .

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    Hello friends and Happy New Year 2011
    While the fish is fresh water, maybe a little brackish.

    I give him the same food as the rhinogobius: bloodworms, artemia, mysis, krill, and occasionally a bit of algae

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    I share with you what I found.

    http://www17.tok2.com/home2/tarogoby...n_eritosp.html site my friend japan

    other site : http://aqdlog.exblog.jp/14194882/



    this fish is unbelievable, I tried to put it in a larger aquarium with rhinogobius and it's impossible.

    Yet it is smaller than them, but it destroys the fins of fish in not even two minutes.

    It really is a solitary fish.

    Right now he lives in a 96 liter, I'll try to take photos or videos.

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