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Dwarf Puffer Tank

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Hi so I have a pretty old 20g tank with an albino pleco, 4 neon tetras, 1 african dwarf frog and 2 dalmatian mollies that is in a good balanced bacterial state. I also bought a 10g tank a couple of days that I set up as an all live plant aquarium with a plant substrate as gravel. Do you think I should put my new dwarf puffers in the 10g tank by themselves or in the 20g tank with other tank mates? (I put both dalmatian mollies in the 10g to help cycle for the meanwhile)
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  1. Herman_the_frog's Avatar
    Dwarf puffers need 10g alone to themselves. They are kind of aggressive towards other fish, and are very anxiety ridden.