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Old 05-06-2014, 05:19 PM   #11
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Haha they aren't the best looking though
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Old 05-06-2014, 07:35 PM   #12
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If your tank is really cycled go head and get some softies. It is a good place to start and they are really hardy...
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Sound great do you know of any cool looking ones?
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A lot of people love that figure-eight puffer, or spotted puffer i think its sometimes called. When in adolescence its a brackish water fish, but once in adult hood its fully adapted to marine life, and in the while lives in the ocean...so its a little strange that people keep them in freshwater tanks. I guess as long as they're taken care of I'm not one to judge though. Of course, happiest puffer I've seen was about 5 inches long in a reef tank snacking on some clams. He never stopped smiling.
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Lol I bet looked at his owners and was all dummies this is expensive treats you get me

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Maybe try some mushrooms. They tend to be unkillable IME
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lol, clams on the half shell, not a reef tank. Just grocery store clams. I think that tank had a 2 foot RBTA and a 6 inch long maroon clown that had been together for something like 20 years...clown was a jerk though.
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I have had good luck with a nice Torch and mushrooms-lots of different colors.
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So this fw fish can go in sw?
they are actually good at getting rid of algae including hair.

i would wait about 2 months before adding any coral, let your tank settle for while.
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WOW, i did not know that about Mollies, I think a lot of people's mind have been blown away!
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