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Old 03-19-2016, 06:37 PM   #21
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Had some setbacks the past couple months with algae, aptasia, and some illness that killed most of my fish. Finally got everything, but a bit of turf algae, back up to par in the tank.
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Old 03-19-2016, 06:39 PM   #22
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Old 03-20-2016, 05:20 PM   #23
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Looks good! What kind of puffer is that?
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Looks good! What kind of puffer is that?

I was going to ask the same. I want a blue spotted puffer but hear they will eat all of my inverts, is that true??


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I was going to ask the same. I want a blue spotted puffer but hear they will eat all of my inverts, is that true??


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Always a good assumption with puffers. I saw a neat little leopard puffer the other day that I would have loved to have picked up, but I don't wanna take the chance. Some you can get lucky with though.
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the only one I would trust in a reef is a Valenti puffer,
mine did good with corals and inverts , I lost mine from drowning he got stuck between the rocks and the glass ,
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I'm actually contemplating on trying the leopard puffer. Not sure though...
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Thats my green spotted puffer. Ive had him for about 4 years. Started as fresh water!
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Nice! That's the fish that got me into saltwater.
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