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Old 04-03-2011, 03:39 AM   #1
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Talking New kid on the block, with brackish tank. =]

Hello! New to the forums (obviously), and I guess I'm sort of a newbie to fishkeeping. Call me Katie. Kept a tank for almost a year now--did all of my research. Converting it to brackish, as I find some of the fish for brackish to be quite unique. Have three adult mollies and four molly fry, and a small dragon goby. I know, small tank for the goby, but I'm planning on getting a 40 gal. soon and setting it up for my lovely dragon.

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Old 04-03-2011, 04:05 AM   #2
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welcome to AA I just got into this hobby and am way too scared to try brackish/saltwater or anything else... heck I'm still to scared to start plants haha but welcome anyways :P
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Old 04-03-2011, 11:51 AM   #3
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Hi Katie! Welcome to the forums! I am new here too. I don't even have a tank yet, joined up so I could get info to help make decisions. I've thought about brackish too,(after I googled it to see what it meant) but decided to start out freshwater and see how that goes. I'm new enough to the hobby that I had to google dragon goby to see what it was, and wow! I'll be honest, creeped me out just a little Hope you find all the help you need here!
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Thank you GoldfishNewbie and RooRoo. Ha, I love my dragon goby; I like creepy things like that. And, I would start out freshwater too; easiest to take care of, without worry of salt or anything. Just want a better environment for my mollies and goby.
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Old 04-03-2011, 02:12 PM   #6
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I have an 80g BW tank myself and love it.

1-dragongoby: Ryuu
12-bumblebee gobys
4-indian glass fish (non-painted)
3-half beaks
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Cool tank, love the fish in it. Would love to get an 80+ gal. tank, but of course, parents. -.-

Thank you to all. ^^
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I just started a brackish my self in my unused 29g. It is housing 2 figure 8 puffers, whom I hope don't try and rip each other apart, because when you put anything else in there with them they don't stand much of a chance of survival.
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