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    Aka- High fin black sharks (catfish) Fully acclimated to salt water!


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    Those are awesome. Are they reef safe?

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    They are reef safe...I had one for a brief period. IME they don't hold up well to high flows. I had one in my 50 gallon and I think the flow in there wore it down. But my 50 had two Eheim 1262's and an MP-20 moving water.

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    Wow that's alot of flow Jim. They look sweet though! Maybe a sump refugium display fish?

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    Black or orange mollies, aclimated to salt too!

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    haha nice! i love it!

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    Wow nice Chris. Is it hard to acclimate them to saltwater?
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    Quote Originally Posted by larryandlaura View Post
    Wow nice Chris. Is it hard to acclimate them to saltwater?
    Nope not hard at all I've kept Mollys in brackish in the past.
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