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  1. Robbie

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    Hi guys. I'm Robbie. I'm not only new to this forum but also to marine fish. So, yea, just bare with until I'm, a bit more clued up. Nice being here BTW.
     
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  3. lIghty

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    Welcome Robbie

    Have you started a system yet, if so please tell us about it, and we live for picture!
     
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    Welcome to Masa Robbie. Let us know what you have.
     
  5. RiaanP

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    Hello, I see in another thread you ask about brakish water at 1.025. That is not brakish at all. It is normal level for marine tanks. Yes a clown fish will survive.

    How old is your system?
     
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    But will the puffers not chow his clown??
     
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    Hey and welcome to MASA!
     
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    Welcome...
     
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    welcome to MASA
     
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    Well, the rule is, if something can fit into something else mouth, that is where it will end up.
    so yes, size matters.
     
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