Originally Posted by Heineken
Lando, or any other qualified SW
fanatic: Would it be wrong to have wet/dry filter as well? I'm planning my tank now and will get about 1.5 lbs of LR
, an in sump protein skimmer, and about 3-4 inches of LS
. It wouldn't hurt to have a wet/dry with bioballs, would it? Would there be enough nitrates for the rock and sand?
You will have plenty of biological filtration from the amounts of LR
that Lando recommended. Save your money and use 3" of dry sand and add a 1" layer of LS
on top. Some Corals do like a little nitrate but I wouldn't bother using a wet/dry for this purpose only.
, 65 lbs Fiji LR
, 4" Aragamax DSB
, Coralife 2X96w CF
, CPR Bakpak II, CPR Aquafuge 12 w/ 2x9 Coralife Mini Aqualight, 4 Maxijet 600's, PCI 200W Titanium Heater, 2 Blue Green Chromis, 1 Gold Bar Maroon Clown, 1 Purple-Stripe Dottyback, Finger Leather, Trumpets, Rose Coral Open-Brain, Pagoda Cup, Xenia, Star Polyps, Yellow Polyps, Various Mushrooms, Toadstool Leather, 12 Astraea, 10 Nassarius, 4 Bumble Bee, 6 Cerith Snails, 12 Red Tip Hermits.