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    Gymnothorax tile eel question

    Discussion in 'General Brackish' started by Polyaddict86, Aug 3, 2018.

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      I'd say at about 17 to 24 inches
       
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      I'd say at about 17 to 24 inches
       
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      After that i can do full saltwater?
       
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      Full salt,moderate to high brackish,take your pick
       
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      Ok, will a gymnothorax fimbriatus will be ok with this guys?
       
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      Just about any brackish moray will be ok,provided all get enough to eat
       
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      Is the fimbriatus a brackish water? I thought they are full salt
       
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      They are often found in brackish,along with "marine" snowflake eels.

      Quite a few "saltwater" species actually do fine in brackish enviorments
       
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      If thats the case i can buy some since my lfs have them, so the snowflake eel is marine water only and the fimbriatus can live both? My other question is How long can the fimbriatus live in brackish?
       
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      Possibly years, or even life, it isn't quite known yet.
       
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