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The Mudskipper lives in the demersal, amphidromous, freshwater, brackish, marine environment.

Mudskippers in The Gambia Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Perciformes More

close-up showing faceOne of the largest of the mudskippers in the world and definitely the largest in Sungei Buloh Nature Park, Giant Mudskippers dominate the mudflats and move about openly. More

Same mudskipper waving at us after we spiffed up his environment. Origin. Not to be confused with the American mudslingers, the African mudskippers obviously come from Africa, Dr. Watson - or more specifically the mangrove swamps that fringe much of tropical Africa. More

Mudskippers are able to live both in water and on land, walking around on their pectorial fins . Mudskippers are known as schlammspringer in German, トビハゼ in Japanese and 跳跳魚in Chinese .Mudskippers are members of the subfamily Oxudercinae , within the family Gobiidae (Gobies). More

provided by the mudskipper who gulps air at the surface which he then releases deep inside the burrow. Eggs hatch after about 5 days and the young mudskipper becomes amphibious after about 50 days. More

mudskippermudskipper - found in tropical coastal regions of Africa and Asia; able to move on land on strong pectoral finsmudspringergoby, gudgeon - small spiny-finned fish of coastal or brackish waters having a large head and elongated tapering body having the ventral fins More

Mudskippers are gobies that have become adapted to an amphibious lifestyle. They are common on tidal mudflats throughout tropical Africa, Asia and Australasia where they crawl about out of water feeding on small animals and algae. More

Sponsored linksThe MudskipperBargain Prices. Smart Deals.shopzilla.commudskipper, name for several fishes of the genus Periophthalmus, of the goby goby, common name for a member of the family Gobiidae, small marine fishes familiar in shallow waters, especially along southern shores. More

Mudskipper of Borneo = Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player. More

Mudskippers are members of the subfamily Oxudercinae, within the family Gobiidae (Gobies). More

mudskipper, name for several fishes of the genus Periophthalmus, of the goby family, found in coastal waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans. More

Unlike most fish, mudskippers spend much of their life OUT of water! How do they do it? Mudskippers are fish and so they have gills. More

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Valdemar the Mudskipper is huntingAdded to Quicklist7:03Valdemar the Mudskipper is hunting26,857 viewsssyre Featured Video Brackish tank feedingAdded to Quicklist0:53Brackish tank feeding17,084 viewstropicalfishkeeper Many mudskippers swim at ebbing tideAdded to Quicklist0:06Many mudskippers swim at ebbing tide2,684 viewsyuikebe More

Mudskipper requires a 1-2% addition of salt. Add 7.5-15 tsp. of salt per 10 gallons (10-20 g/10 L). Social behavior: A territorial species that frequently leaves the water. Do not combine with small fish as they may be consumed. More

Mudskippers are surely a fish that fit the description. More

Skippy and his mudskipper buddies however can be found in the above water portion of the exhibit amongst the plants and rockwork. It’s an odd paradox that one has to look underwater to see snakes and above water to see fish. More

Mudskipper Point is a peninsula located in the south of the Kingdom of Asgarnia. Mudskipper Point Mudskipper Point can be reached by journeying south past the coastal town of Port Sarim. More

What's To Love: Mudskipper's Habitat = On Animal Planet's "What's to Love?," The mudskipper can live in and out of water by adjusting its gills. More

This large mudskipper is regarded as uncommon, but can be easily located in parts of Singapore. It has been observed venturing onto mudflats at low tide, and clinging to mangrove roots at high tide. More

Common names

Cá Thoi loi in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Kantonesisk Slamkrypare in Swedish (Svenska)
Lai hau in Cantonese
Lai hau in Chinese (中文)
Mudskipper in English
Shuttles hoppfish in English
Tobihaze in Japanese (日本語)
トビハゼ in Japanese (日本語)
弹涂鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
弹涂鱼的异名 in Mandarin Chinese
彈塗魚 in Mandarin Chinese
彈塗魚的異名 in Mandarin Chinese
말뚝망둥어 in Korean (한국어)

Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Periophthalmus
Species : Periophthalmus modestus
Authority : Cantor, 1842