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Old 06-08-2005, 11:44 PM   #1
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hmm puffers maybe?

i was thinking about getting n. brevis for my empty 10 gallon. (sunspot) but its pretty hard to get around here.

so what are some puffers that can fit into a ten gallon? i know theres dwarf puffers. but thats all i know. i think i might be able to go brackish, but i think the salt fluxuations will be too much because its a smaller tank
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I believe there are some puffers that will do fine in a 10 gal tank. I just searched liveaquaria.com but none say 10 gal. But they tend to be conservative on the suggested tank size. I'd be interested to know which ones would be good in a 10 gal because I thought of converting mine to puffers.
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i think gsps are.. maybe figure 8's?

also im wondering if i can keep some bumblebee gobies with them. ive always wanted them but never had a brackish tank
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Dwarf puffers could easily fit in a 10g. Should be able to fit 3-4 in there, especially if you can get only one male. Check out dwarfpuffers.com for a lot of info. And they are true freshwater, not brackish. Petsmart carries them too (at least many of their stores do), so they shouldn't be to hard to find.
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Old 06-09-2005, 02:45 PM   #6
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What kind of dwarf puffers?
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