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Sgchick
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New Again from California :-)

Post by Sgchick »

Hi everyone. I've retired and settled in and would like to start a planted tank with a Congo puffer. Before moving and retiring , I had a 30 gallon biocube set up for 5 years and had the cutest Valentini puffer. Want to go freshwater, planted, so doing my research. No great places to buy unusual fish around here, so, unfortunately I'll have to do mail order. Anyone keeping Congo puffers at this time? Hands on info would be great!! Thanks, Melanie
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Re: New Again from California :-)

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30g planted would be a perfect tank for 6+ dwarf puffers!
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Re: New Again from California :-)

Post by Sgchick »

Thanks Pufferpunk, Pea Puffers are definitely on my radar as well.
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