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Old 01-21-2015, 04:02 PM   #1
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How to properly se up a saltwater aquarium?

What should I get to start? (Equipment, testing kits, what kind of fish for saltwater beginners, etc)


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Is this going to be a Reef tank? A fish only or a fish and LR tank?
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Possibly a reef tank, any tips?


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Lighting is the first thing you want to look into when going for a reef tank. You want to decide what you want to keep in the tank as this can dictate what goes on with your lighting in terms of intensity.
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I would to need to know exactly what it is going to be to let you know exactly. Here is an old link but it is still pretty close.

Stock list and tips for maintaining your SW tank.
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