Dragonfish Species

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bolivianbaby

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We were at Wal-Mart this morning in the pet section. They have "dragonfish". I'm pretty sure it's a type of goby, but does anyone know what species it is? Aren't they brackish? I don't want one, but I told my daughter they were brackish and I wanted to verify that I gave her the correct information.
 

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Yep there a type of Goby

Here a link
 

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Yes, dragon gobies are brackish water fish.
 

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Gobioides broussonnetiI is the species name. They're nifty fish, though not many want to care for them due to their size and the fact that they're brackish fish.
 
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2FT!!!!! I guess it figures Wal-Mart would sell them.

Thanks everyone for your help It's important for me to know that I didn't provide incorrect information to my daughter. That's what the LFS is for
 

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bolivianbaby said:
It's important for me to know that I didn't provide incorrect information to my daughter. That's what the LFS is for
Heh. ;D
 
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