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Old 07-23-2009, 03:36 PM   #1
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75g stocking

As my new reef tank in progress cycles I begin to think more about what fish I'd like to have.

I'm by no means an expert on saltwater fish so I need some guidance.

I know I want a pair of clowns.

Other than that I'm not sure.
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The two clowns will need to be a mated pair. I think a pink spotted goby will be nice.
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Old 07-23-2009, 04:58 PM   #3
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I dont know about what kinds of fish, in that size tank you could pretty much put any fish as long as theyre compatible

have you thought about what kind of corals you are going to put in it?
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yes I have. I don't know a whole lot about coral. but I like movement. like anemones and such.
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oh when I said coral I meant to say inverts. i really like zoanthids. theyre ployps
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Do you have good lighting?
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yeah what your lighting setup?
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175w metal halide and 2 65w 50/50, prolly going to add another metal halide once the cycle is complete and I start aquiring coral.
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that should be enough lighting. you probably dont need to add the MH
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If you want to keep SPS you need another halide. With those lights, You can keep a large variety of LPS and softies. Most polyps can be kept as well.
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