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Any current brackish tanks? #1
Have not seen any posted anywhere in quite a while. Having grown up on a brackish bay (huge blue crabs!), it would be nice to see some.
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Re: Any current brackish tanks? #2
Im keeping 2 green spotted puffer in a brackish tank. Really interesting fish. Thought about having some bumblebee gobies with them but they're too unpredictable so I decided to not have any.

Maybe I will set up a goby tank once I have a spare tank.
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Re: Any current brackish tanks? #3
OK pea puffers are on the list.
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Re: Any current brackish tanks? #4
Just be careful when you're keeping puffers.
They are intelligent fish and they require cares that are different from other species, just keep the water right is not enough.

Also pea puffers, I assume you mean dwarf puffer? I think they are freshwater, not brackish
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Re: Any current brackish tanks? #5
Did not know there was a difference; will have to investigate.