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Old 09-12-2011, 09:17 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by carey
You could do that. If you really want another clown. But I wouldnt put a pair in a 10g though.

You guys with your nano fever LOL. It's soo addicting isn't it?
Yay I really want a clarkii clown there so cute and ya I was gonna get a goby and a shrimp and it just be my little nano tank
And yes I am so very addicted lol

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Old 09-14-2011, 10:12 AM   #32
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I would spring for a refractometer. The most significant swing you will have is salinity due to evaporation.

I would stay away from fish if you pan on having any inverts/corals. At least until you get your maintenace scedule down. A good algae eating clean up crew is mroe important, as small takns tend to crash due to algae. I would hold off on the fish and save the bio load for organizms that will pollute less that you won't have to feed.

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