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Old 09-26-2011, 07:24 PM   #1
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Cool 14 Gallon Cube Stocking

Soon I'm getting a JBJ 14 gallon nano cube aquarium. Have any of you had experience with these. Is the filtration sufficient? I was thinking of getting some live sand in a wet bag. This will be my first tank. At my Jack's, the lady suggested that I buy their pre mixed solution for water. I was going to get a clownfish, a goby or two like a watchman or clown goby, and some middle swimmers. Like a six line wrasse. Would chromis work? What are some other mid swimmers.
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Well, I personally don't think you need the already made water, because you can save money if you make your own. I wouldn't go with Chromis because they are a schooling fish, and you can't keep a large enough number in a 14g. A Goby sounds great to me. Clown Gobies are very cute and tiny! Sixline's are a bit aggressive, I had one, but he got killed last night. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!
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what are some other mid swimmers
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Clowns!!!!!!!!!!
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I was getting clowns. they are awesome
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With 2 clowns in the tank you can maybe do 2 other fish if they are small enough. Gobies are a good choice as are a few blennies. I have several in my 20g and they are pretty small.
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There are some awesome kinds of Clownfish, like snowflake and platinum!
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