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Old 12-17-2012, 10:19 AM   #21
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Yes I have the feeling the the lfs is telling me anything to get money be I learned from that I am not putting any more fish in the tank have 2 common clowns and shrimp couple of crabs and snails going to build on my live rock and coral to build on a proper Eco system anybody have any ideas for cheap and nice coral amones etc going to get a better idea then move to a bigger tank thanks again for all the help guys
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Old 12-17-2012, 11:21 AM   #22
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First I'd hold off on anything until your system stabilizes. An anemone shouldn't be I. A tank until 6 months to a year due to swings in tank parameters. As for coral, without knowing what Kind of lighting you have it'd be difficult...but I'd say to try a mushroom. They are low light and pretty hardy.
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Old 12-17-2012, 03:24 PM   #23
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I have t5 lighting with led night viewing lights was thinking about getting a nem for the clowns would it be a good idea
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Clowns do not need an anemone. It sounds to me that your lighting won't be enough to keep an anemone anyway. I wouldn't keep one with less than 6 bulbs on a t5ho unit. Along with that, is wait a minimum of 6 months before attempting one as fluctuation in parameters could lead to stress and death, which would poison your tank.
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