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Old 08-31-2014, 03:54 PM   #71
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Coralline algae and Jar reef

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Softies like you'll be keeping are pretty easy. However small nano fish are quite easy to keep happy too and their upkeep is a bit easier than coral IMO.


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Ok well I will be adding money to the budget for fish. So I'll have to get some extra money for the filter since the fish will need that and then some for the actual fish. That shouldn't be a problem though.


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Actually, its better to do it the other way around. Theres more room for error with fish and putting fish in for at least a few weeks before adding coral will help prevent loss.
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Oh ok do I need a filter?


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Oh ok do I need a filter?


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Again, live rock acts as the filter. You do need something for flow though. Whether it's a HOB filter or a powerhead.
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Will an air stone work? It's not very powerful so I'm just going to answer my own question and say no.


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I'm just going to get a power head. Can you recommend a specific brand and model for my tank?


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Can you recommend a specific power head brand and model


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A hydor koralia nano 240 would probably be sufficient.
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Do you have experience with it?


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I have 2 of them. they are great.
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