12-02-2012, 09:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Chesherca
woah, but won't that be TOO much filtration? Am I wrong in my assumption that their small size means that they can get into trouble with filter flow? What funny little critters!!! I will definitely take that advice to heart whenever I'm ready for these guys! The TROUBLE is finding a supply of live foods that isn't contaminated. My old GOOD LFS used to home-breed feeder food, like brine and wormy things, but they're closed now. At least I have time to work it all out :) Good luck with these little ones! I can just see you playing with them - trying to make the worm look alive, lol! Gotta get a vid of that!!!
Well I can drill the holes out alittle and that will help with current but the volume will be the same. You can also turning the flow down by moving the close off value from the pump. I am going to ask some question on other forum that deals with just Dwarf puffers and see what they are doing about filtration as it is something I have some difficulty with on this tank or with puffers in general.
LMAO Jes that's actually what I did too. I got the tweezers and grabbed a bloodworm and wiggled it in the water. The only problem was the big puffer came swimming in and chased the lil ones off. Haha big bully!! He was kinda funny as he took a bite and wouldnt let go so he was trying to pull the worms out of the tweezers. The lil one's did come out and took a couple of nibbles but then lost interest again.