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Old 09-23-2013, 01:38 AM   #1
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I am converting my FOWLR to a reef and I have a plan, I am going to get one coral and one fish every weekend for a while then eventually stop with the fish and keep adding coral to the max capacity. Is this a good idea? Or is it to fast? And how many fish/ coral could I fit in the tank. I have about 200lbs of live rock I have a 60 gallon refugium with an in sump skimmer, it's a 8 foot tank I have two 36 inch 6 bulb t5 lights is this enough? The tank is 24 inches deep. Sorry for all the questions I'm very excited and anxious. Thanks in advance for all the help.

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Old 09-23-2013, 10:34 PM   #2
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Id say you would be good for low and medium light corals, high-light corals MAY do ok if you keep them higher up in the tank. As for stocking, thats strictly based on what fish
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