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Old 11-30-2015, 02:42 PM   #1
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New tank new to salt

Hi there im looking to start a salt water tank with two clowns,mandarine,wrasse,goby,shrimp,snails and would like corals zoas,xenias etc(beginer stuff)
Tank size 39" long 17"1/2 high and 13"1/2 wide
I have so far:-
Deltec mce300
Fluval e200 heater
Ordered:-
165 full spectrum led light
Classica marine aragonite 20kg
Instant ocean aquarium salt

Is all ok and will a
jebao rw-4 wavemaker ok
And will 15kg of live rock be ok

All help and advice greatfully recieved
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In Mandarin needs a well matured tank. Your tank is too new and will always be too small
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Ok thanks.
But is that enough live rock and would that wavemaker create enough movement for this size tank??
And is the classica substrate anygood?


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I'd add 4-6 kg more. If my math is right. Roughly .5 kg per 4 litres
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