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Old 02-04-2013, 05:52 PM   #11
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Ah, okay. When I read reef I was thinking a tank full of corals lol.

I don't plan on putting too much into corals, at least not yet, since I know the puffer may decide to nip/eat them. All my other fish are reef safe, well when it comes to corals. I'm pretty sure my wrasse has ate my nass. snails.
Yea, I was trying for a reef but my rabbitfish finds it delicious so I'm kinda giving up until he is moved to the predator tank I have an aggressive Clarkii & Lyretail Chromis so I'm not too worried about the puffer picking on them, they are big bullies! He will be moved to the predator tank as well as soon as its up and cycled.
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Just thought I would update this and say that Puff is doing great & is full salt now I took the slow and steady approach and dripped him for 2 days. He is still a little shell shocked being in such a large tank I think as he is hiding alot. Doesn't help one of my clowns is picking on him a little. He is a very tiny guy still at about an inch and a half nose to tip of tail. Hope all goes well from here on out.
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Just thought I would update this and say that Puff is doing great & is full salt now I took the slow and steady approach and dripped him for 2 days. He is still a little shell shocked being in such a large tank I think as he is hiding alot. Doesn't help one of my clowns is picking on him a little. He is a very tiny guy still at about an inch and a half nose to tip of tail. Hope all goes well from here on out.
Little late on the reply but glad to hear things are going great!

Gosh that is tiny! I just got my solandri puffer the other day and she's much bigger at at least 2 1/2-3 inches not including tail.

Hope things continue to work out with your little guy!
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