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Old 05-17-2009, 06:49 PM   #11
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No ironicly enough.. im using Halogen lol 6 of them.. and 2 36" marine reef 50/50 lights... kinda made my own light bar lol

Correction... not Halogen..(the 2 36" ones are..) but the other lights im using came from lowes... these exact ones actually lol

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The Dr.'s have a page of all nano fish.

Nano Fish

I have had a clown goby (green) and i thought it was a little fish with a lot of personality. Likes to perch on a few of his favorite rocks or corals and just people watch.

Have also had the wheeler's goby and he was a nice fish as well. Once they get comfortable they will be out looking for food quite often. Takes them a while to really be comfortable though.

Would probably only do one clown in that sized thank. Two would probably max you out. Personally would rather have a bit more of a variety.
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Some firefish might be OK in that size tank.
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thanks for all the info

im getting ready to start the tank soon just have to wait for my pay check
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To all you guys that have like 5g a day top offs etc. Doesnt that get really pricey? I mean when you add more water your having to mix the salt correct. So thats roughly 2.5 cups of salt a day. If you use the 1/2 a cup a gal rule.
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Top off water is FW only. When your water evaporates it`s the FW only. The salt stays in the tank.
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just think about the dead sea.. it is so salty because of all the runoffs and evaperation.

and a RO/DI system helps the cost count come to $0.00 =D
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i knew it was only fresh water i will be adding
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i knew it was only fresh water i will be adding

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