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wotrulike
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Location (country): United Kingdom, Norfolk UK

Newbie to puffers

Post by wotrulike » Sat Dec 30, 2017 2:36 pm

Hi All, my name is Paul from the UK and i'm new to keeping freshwater puffer fish, I've had my 3 mini puffers for about 3 weeks now they are still very small but very watchable.I'm sure this forum will be very useful.

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Pufferpunk
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My Puffers: Filbert, the 12" T lineatus
Punkster, the 4" red T miurus
Mongo, the 4" A modestus
2 T biocellatus
C valentini
C coranata
C papuan
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Re: Newbie to puffers

Post by Pufferpunk » Sat Dec 30, 2017 5:26 pm

[welcome]
You are getting sleepy... you only hear the sound of my voice... you must do water changes... water changes... water changes... water changes...

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wotrulike
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Re: Newbie to puffers

Post by wotrulike » Tue Jan 02, 2018 6:10 pm

thank you 🐡

Bleedingheartmommy
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My Puffers: Honey (SIP Cantaloupe): C. Travancoricus
Mad Max: P. Cochinchinensis
Apollo: T. Miurus
(SIP Bonnie) Clyde: C. Irrubesco
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Location (country): USA-Seattle, WA

Re: Newbie to puffers

Post by Bleedingheartmommy » Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:04 pm

By mini puffers, you refer to the “pea” travancoricus? You could also have any of the common Red eye (Irrubesco or Lorteti) since you’re in the U.K.!
"Genetics loads the gun, and environment pulls the trigger."-Brené Brown

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