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Old 03-05-2013, 04:00 AM   #1
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Exclamation New Corel in a bigginers tank ?

I am a bigginer in marine tanks iv set one up in a 110l tank I got my 1st fish last week clown fish and thay have settled in ok I'm looking next for a bit of Corel for my rocks what are the nice but easy Corel to look after and best food for them a Corel what most shops would sell.
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I started with a hammer (which is an awesome hardy piece although aggressive) and a dragon eye zoa which you really cant go wrong with. Shrooms, and gsp are also nice additions although some people complain about them because of their rapid growth pattern.
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how new is your tank?
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Old 03-05-2013, 09:09 PM   #4
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I am a bigginer in marine tanks iv set one up in a 110l tank I got my 1st fish last week clown fish and thay have settled in ok I'm looking next for a bit of Corel for my rocks what are the nice but easy Corel to look after and best food for them a Corel what most shops would sell.
What kind of lighting do you have? Which corals to choose really depends on what kind of lights you have.
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Old 03-06-2013, 02:53 PM   #5
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how new is your tank?
It's about 5 weeks old
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I started with a hammer (which is an awesome hardy piece although aggressive) and a dragon eye zoa which you really cant go wrong with. Shrooms, and gsp are also nice additions although some people complain about them because of their rapid growth pattern.

Ok il do my shopping and see what I can get
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what kind of light........?

kinda missed my ? there :/
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Dans right before anything how's your parameters and what kinda lights you have running?
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Dans right before anything how's your parameters and what kinda lights you have running?
I have t5 lighting and one blue marine light parameters my mate from shop comes round and sorts everything out .
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If your mate from the shop set it up and checks yours parameters why don't you ask him what would be suitable for your tank? No offence but if you know very little about your tank then you should not introduce anything into it without the proper knowledge to look after it...
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