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lowco1 03-21-2009 01:19 PM

empty tank
 
Ok so I finnally relocated all of my mollies out of the little tank and back into the big tank so now I have an empty 20 gal. Any ideas anybody what should I put into this tank now?

Sj45 03-21-2009 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by lowco1 (Post 181245)
Ok so I finnally relocated all of my mollies out of the little tank and back into the big tank so now I have an empty 20 gal. Any ideas anybody what should I put into this tank now?

are the mollies in a tank now where they can get eaten?

lowco1 03-21-2009 03:27 PM

no they are in the tank with the adult mollies so they will only get eaten if another mollie eats them.

Sj45 03-21-2009 03:55 PM

gotcha

Katydid 03-21-2009 03:57 PM

I vote for a pair of Puffers!!!! but of course...I might be a little puffer biased.

willow 03-21-2009 06:04 PM

how about planted,nice bits of bog wood then some rams.

lowco1 03-21-2009 06:31 PM

What kind of paramaters do the puffers need like what temp, and how much salt?

willow 03-21-2009 06:38 PM

you could have fresh water dwarf puffers.
agressive when they mature,but oodles of personality.

Katydid 03-21-2009 07:23 PM

There are Dwarf Puffers that are fresh water puffers. You also have a range of puffers that do well in Brackish conditions and then salt water as well.... you might check out
www.thepufferforum.com They have a pufferpedia which explains them. They are not that hard to maintain, but they are aggressive fish, cute and they do learn to recognize you, and will come straight to the tank glass and beg for food... you can see here on utube...
YouTube - Green Spotted Puffer Fish Eats MealWorm

South American Puffers are less aggressive, but they all get aggresive as they get older.

Katydid 03-21-2009 07:52 PM

I forgot to add about the South American Puffer, less aggressive, BUT...you have to do some teeth care occasionally, requires sedating fish with clove oil....etc....

Other puffers teeth stay ok without trimming as long as you feed snails and stuff with shells...

Good Luck!


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