The forum for puffers that either live or start in brackish biotopes: GSPs, F8s, Ceylons & more.
- Mbu Puffer
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defool89 wrote:Can i convert my fw tank into a brackish water tank by just adding salt? Or do i need a salt water ready aquarium?
I do apologize if that's a really dumb question, but i have no clue.
Here you go, http://badmanstropicalfish.com/brackish/brackish.html
You can't just add salt, a little bit more to it like math, usng the right salt, and dissolving the salt....alltogether not that difficult
- Fahaka Puffer
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Awesome, thank you.
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RTR wrote:Full marine in the current practice of FOWLR and skimmer and macroalgae refugium is both cheaper and easier to maintain long-term. In general, the tank that is better and more stabile will be healthier.
That certainly seems to apply fully to GSPs.
It does not necessarily apply equally to F-8s. I tend to doubt that it does. They are not at all the same as GSPs.
What about when they are smaller than the 2", should they be in brackish until they are that size?