Of course you do... However, you are not a fragile gentle cichlid we are talking about here.
Originally Posted by Glaive
Seriously though, SW and fresh water would be very different in terms of their ability to extract chemicals from any substance. I wouldn't assume that because it is safe in SW it is safe in fresh set ups as well.
However, at the face value, salt water should be more aggressive in extracting than fresh one. If salt water inhabitants can tolerate it, fresh water ones should, too. But it is a pure assumption.
125g: Amphilophus xiloaensis, Neetroplus nematopus, Paratheraps zonatus, Vieja synspilus, Amphilophus festae, Archocentrus nigrofasciatus
72g BF: Labidochromis caeruleus, Iodotropheus sprengerae, Pseudotropheus sp. "Acei" (Msuli), Cynotilapia afra Cobue
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