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Old 12-28-2013, 02:23 PM   #1
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29 Gallon Tank

I am beginning a twenty nine gallon tank and so far I have an established cleaning crew and a pair of ocellaris clownfish. My tank is cycled and has been uo and running for three weeks now. I want to know if I can go ahead and get some soft corals or zoas for my tank at this stage. Ive already had some experience with introducing corals to my tank early on; I also have a six gallom tank that I added some star polyp to after two and a half weeks. I have a nice current led fixture to my tank along with plenty of flow from powerheads and a heater and protein skimmer. What can I get as a start up coral or any other kind of animal.
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