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Old 09-14-2013, 08:56 PM   #1
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20g no skimmer

Started a 20g setup I will not be running a skimmer only water change every week.
Maxspect g2 led
Marineland filter will also have rock and cheato
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Old 09-15-2013, 06:01 AM   #2
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Looks good!

What are you planning on stocking it with?
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Old 09-15-2013, 01:03 PM   #3
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Looks good!

What are you planning on stocking it with?
Not sure about the fish as yet want some nice small guys. Corals will be mainly lps. Ideas on fish are welcomed.
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Not sure about the fish as yet want some nice small guys. Corals will be mainly lps. Ideas on fish are welcomed.
A pair of clowns, I would go with a non-nemo clown lol as in a more unique species like a frostbite or a midnight or something eye catching. Then you can get a watchmen goby and pistol shrimp together theyre fun to watch, maybe a scooter blenny and maybe a wrasse like a pigmy possum or sixline wrasse.
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A pair of clowns, I would go with a non-nemo clown lol as in a more unique species like a frostbite or a midnight or something eye catching. Then you can get a watchmen goby and pistol shrimp together they fun to watch, maybe a scooter blenny and maybe a wrasse like a pigmy possum or sixline wrasse.
Great picks will look into it more. But the possum is a big yes
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Great picks will look into it more. But the possum is a big yes
Thanks I love tank activity and all those fish are active swimmers. Oh and emphasis on the unique clowns I have a pair of caramels and I love em they're so dorky and they make my tank so fun.
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Those look great.
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Those look great.
Just google clownfish species and there should be a chart with pictures and species names in the images
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Clownaquatic.com I use to get my clowns from there thinking about a nice pair and some nems maybe three
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The rock I got yesterday have about four mushrooms on it they are all open already.

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