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Old 02-03-2013, 04:29 PM   #1
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Hi all what size tank can I setup for true percula clown fish make a fowlr setup. Can I use a canister filter for filtration. What kind of lighting I can use, I have a ten gallon tank stored away. Planning on a 180 gallon for a fowlr tangs but also thinking of 200 gallon setup planning on sump too. Just asking you guys advice cause I then want to turn tank to a qt tank. Bin awhile I posted here slow planing and buisy at work also need to check floor and weight of the two tanks I'm planning on were can I find weight and dimension at. Like to be shore if floor is level and I'm ready for the adrenaline of this hobby. Oh another thing tank will turn into a mixed reef after starting tank goes well for awhile what do you guys think of this also.
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