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|Can an agelfish be with a Dwarf Puffer|
|Posted 23-Mar-2006 17:52|
Queen of Zoom
First, I personally think a 20g is too small for an angelfish.
Most likely the angel would be a target of nipping for either type of puffer.
There is water at the bottom of the ocean
|Posted 23-Mar-2006 19:09|
Ultimate Fish Guru
I agree a 20g is pushing it for an angel and all puffers are likely fin nippers. At first it may work fine but eventually the puffer will be too tempted by those fins and the angel might get big enough to try to eat the puffer. That could end up with death on both parts.
Green spotted puffers are brackish water fish and eventually need nearly full saltwater to live out their lifespan. Given correct conditions some have lived as long as 15-18years. Ask their lifespan at any store that tells you they are fully freshwater fish and you'll probably get told somewhere around 3-5years instead.
|Posted 23-Mar-2006 22:05|
Face up make your stand and realize your living in the golden Years
|Posted 24-Mar-2006 14:31|
20g is too small for the angel, as they need at least a 30g (preferably tall) In addition to that Puffers are aggressive and mean despite their cuteness.
|Posted 25-Mar-2006 19:25|
Also, GSPs get borderline too big for a 20 as well. Id go with the dwarf puffers.
|Posted 01-Apr-2006 03:35|
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