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    Hello,
    I purchased a African Mudskipper last week from my local pet store. I have him in 10G brackish tank. I have a few plants and a filter. I fed him live crickets twice and he ate them. I tried feeding dried krill, bloodworms and shrimp. The mudskipper did not eat them. Any suggestions of any other food I can feed him?

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    Maybe try some mosquito larvae if you could find some.

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    Thanks but I dont know where I could get that.

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    Feeding crickets all the time would be fine just make sure they are gut loaded so they get more nutrients out of them. Simply feed the crickets some quality fish food all the time and that would be all they need. Got pictures?

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