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Old 12-05-2003, 01:15 AM   #1
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Oceanic Reef Ready tank vs. anemones

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The question: Has anyone tried an Oceanic Reef Ready tank for keeping anemones? My goal is to set up a new tank for my BTAs that won't require me to clean the sponges I have on all of the uptakes twice a week. (Every time I take them out it dirties up the tank and pisses off the clownfish.) I don't have an overflow to put the powerheads in.

I have been looking at the 92-gallon corner tank with the black ABS stand. So far the only responses I get from the LFS is that Oceanic tanks are too expensive. You'd think they'd want me to get the big ticket items...

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a reef ready tank should work fine for anenomes. You could also just get a hang on overflow for your current tank and setup a sump.
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