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Dusky Jawfish

The Dusky Jawfish has a body that is thickly mottled with shades of dark brown and flecked with blackish spots. The caudal fin and posterior part of the dorsal fin are yellow with rows of small blackish dots. - It requires a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with rock, small pieces of shell, and loose coral rubble as part of the aquascape, and a sand bottom for burrowing. The tank should be equipped with a tight-fitting lid, since it is a jumper. It should be kept with docile tank mates. Multiple Dusky Jawfish can be housed together in a large tank where they can establish their own territories. - - The diet of the Dusky Jawfish should consist of a variety of marine fish, crustacean flesh, and mysis shrimp. - -

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Comments The Dusky Jawfish I purchased was great addition to my reef tank. I bought mine due to it kepy peeping in and out of a fake coral decoration with 1 eye and switch between eyes while watching.

Liked about it Love the effort that is taken to create its burrow. They will take any thing to a coral frag of zoas on a small piece of live rock to a old or broken shell to decorate the opening of its burrow. They do not like the presence of any thing near their burrow. When something comes near a Jawfish burrow they will open thier mouths up at a large proportion. Mine has personally thrown sand at fish, and pushed away snails and crabs. My Dusky Jawfish ate only mysis shrimp

Didn't like No complaints at all.

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By Dragonist
Oct 29, 2009
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