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Discussion in 'Brackish water' started by Mutu, Jul 21, 2010.
So who runs a brackish tank here?
Just had to post!
I have thought about doing one but never got around to it. Does that count? Can I get a half point for the thought?
Your half point and my half point gets us a whole point!
About 20 years ago I had a fascination with sailfin mollies (spectacular fish when they are raised well and healthy!) and I kept them in brackish water.
I've also kept archerfish, and hogchokers (though actually the latter were in freshwater I guess, though they can live in brackish or even marine conditions).
I also acclimated guppies to full strength seawater once (they do just fine in seawater if acclimated slowly... I had multiple generations in seawater), and I've kept them at everything between fresh and saltwater.
I'd really like to set up a tank with scats and monos sometime.
Lol... this brackish forum is really taking off
I have 2 Sailfins in my SW tank.
you have mollies in 1.025?
are they lethargic?
I have 1 sailfin molly in my FW tank. Zero salinity of course. The problem with brackish is that its hard to find fish locally. And when you do find fish, it is a very limited stock.
Como zoo has that ~150g brackish tank in the Aquatic area (by the penguins). It has some scats, puffers, monoes and archers. Its pretty cool and always makes me want to set one up.
Agreed! I like that little tank.