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Old 09-04-2011, 03:47 PM   #11
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My 40g tank dimensions are 36x12x24 so I'm not sure what kind it is and I plan to start this when I move and also would a canister filter work for saltwater
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Old 09-04-2011, 03:51 PM   #12
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Yep, a canister would work. I use one on my 55g. Just gotta be good about cleaning it out as nitrates can build up in there

And nope, jusr a 40g not a breeder. A 40B is 18" in width. But still, a 40g will really give you some more options.
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Okay so I plan on getting a clown pair and would a tang or 2 work in a 40g

Was suppose to say tang bbut maybe a yellow tang and a blue tang
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A pair of clowns in a 40g woudlw ork fine. And you can also add some other fish as well. Plus some inverts like shrimp, snails and crabs will be fine too.
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