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Old 07-29-2003, 10:18 PM   #1
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puffers

lionfish idea shot down... mandarin idea shot down... how about puffers? is there a type of puffer that would do well in a 35g aquarium?
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Old 07-29-2003, 11:43 PM   #2
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One of these little puppies would work well in that setting. Just remember they are finl and coral nippers.

Valentini Puffer

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Thanks again Steve!!! ur the man=)
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probably like the smaller ones.. like the valentini.. porky's, spiny box, dogface all grow very big..
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do ya think my lfs would have a valentini or will I have to get it off the net? are there any other types of small ones?
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umm probably a sharpnose puffer, aka false eye... that's about it i think...
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oh yeah... about the fish store.. i don't know, but around here i see a lot.. even in like fish stores that don't really specialize in SW
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cool, thanks a bundle guys.... ill have to go check it out when i get paid tomarrow =)
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