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Old 05-08-2014, 07:07 PM   #1
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Stocking and lighting

Here is my fish:
1 flame or coral beauty dwarf angelfish
2 paired clowns purcula or occ
1 yellow watchmen goby


Inverts:
1 pistol shrimp for the YWG
1 haddons anemone
1 cleaner shrimp

I need a idea for a CUC.

Do panorama pros fit in the hood I want to get some for the anemone.
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Old 05-08-2014, 07:07 PM   #2
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Oh and it's in a biocube 29
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Old 05-08-2014, 07:55 PM   #3
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Has the pistol and YWG paired up yet? Many will say you don't need a clean up crew and that they are just for looks. Others prefer them so it is really up to you. Don't get too large a cuc because many will starve. I don't know much about lighting but you should look up rapidled.com. They make LEDs for bio and nano cubes.
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Agreed. CUC unnecessary. This retro looks good-
Oceanic Biocube 29 Dimmable Retrofit Kit - Rapid LED
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Your tank is much too small for any angel fish. Even the "dwarf" angelfish.
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Your tank is much too small for any angel fish. Even the "dwarf" angelfish.
And the carpet too! they get as big as a trash can lid and will most likely consume your fish (except for the clowns). I suggest a bubble tip.
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Cool and they will be paired already
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Old 05-08-2014, 09:43 PM   #8
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Ok on la it says min tank size islo for the haddons species
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I meant it is 30min on LA
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Usually liveaquaria is good but not on that one. Carpets get massive and are definitely not as easy to keep as bubble tips.
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