- - Found a 10 Gal!!!
|JerseyBird97 ||04-11-2010 07:16 AM |
Found a 10 Gal!!!
So I found a 10 Gal on the side of the road the other day. It was pretty nasty and I was sure the hood wasn't going to work but after 2 days of scrubbing it looks as new and everything works. So I set it up and have it cycling now.
Now to think of what to put in it... I would like 3 dwarf puffers definatly and either a dragon goby or somesort of invert that won't get ate. Any advice on this configuration? Also I keeping reading back and forth about gobys and puffers being fresh or brackish... so which one is it!!??
|Romad ||04-11-2010 07:27 AM |
Can't help with your fish question but nice score on the tank!
|Grimmjow ||04-11-2010 08:06 AM |
Dwarf puffers are freshwater, and im pretty sure the goby is brackish
|willow ||04-11-2010 03:09 PM |
id have pea puffers in there,they'd look great.
|teddyzaper ||04-11-2010 04:49 PM |
the gobies are brakish.
|JerseyBird97 ||04-11-2010 08:46 PM |
I may just try my hand at a brakish set up and get a figure 8 and a goby.
|Greedy ||04-12-2010 02:56 AM |
nice find, i was also thinking about getting dwarf puffers, will the figure 8 get aggressive with the goby?
|JerseyBird97 ||04-12-2010 08:50 PM |
I guess it all depends... I've seen a 10 gal with 1 F8 and 1 goby that looked liked they get along. I think I'm gunna skip the goby and keep this tank small scale with 2 F8's.
I've only ever had a fresh tank so I'm a little nervous about trying brakish. Any advice is greatly appreciated!
|iamntbatman ||04-13-2010 12:44 AM |
I think 10g is too small for one F8, let alone two. I'd go for at least a 20g long for two F8's. You could have three or four dwarf puffers in there, though.
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