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Re: salinity

  1.025 is a bit high for marine environments...  
   As for a bracking environment, it should flucuate a bit.  I'd let it
get up as high as 1.010.  It would be best if you'd let it fluctuate a few
points around there, as low as 1.008-1.012 or so.  

J. L. Wiegert
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On Fri, 9 Oct 1998 Moontanman at aol_com wrote:

> Date: Fri, 9 Oct 1998 19:14:56 EDT
> From: Moontanman at aol_com
> Reply-To: nfc at actwin_com
> To: nanfa at aquaria_net,
    nfc at actwin_com
> Subject: salinity
> Is a salinity of 1.004 considered brackish? Natural seawater is of course
> 1.025. I have a hydrometer that can measure salinity in readable increments of
> .001. I guess that 1.004 would be about 1/6 natural seawater. Is this too
> salty for most freshwater fish or about right? 
>                                                           Michael Hissom