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Old 06-22-2012, 03:35 PM   #1
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first marine aquarium, unsure about fish choices.

I have kept many freshwater aquariums in the past, and have bred several types of cichlids, but recently have wanted to start a marine tank. I have a 20-long set up with a power head, aqueon quietflow 20 filter and a heater. The only appliance i need is lighting. I have not begun to cycle the tank yet, and it doesn't even have salt water in it yet. I know that it will be a FOWLR, not fish only tank, and i want to keep live marine plants in it. I have done some research on some species and have confirmed that i want to keep some type of Goby (Firefish, neon, or yellow clown), and either a pair of white banded possum wrasse, Tomato Clownfish, or Black Clownfish. Also, what type of lighting would you reccomend for a FOWLR/ planted tank?
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