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Old 09-25-2011, 12:35 PM   #1
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My new aqua cube!!!

Here is my new clown fish aqua cube!!



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Haha! I think I may have an over stocking issue!

Also going to find it difficult to add live rock!!
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Haha! I think I may have an over stocking issue!

Also going to find it difficult to add live rock!!
The minimum size aquarium for clownfish is 20 gallons. Did you already cycle your tank?

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Haha, they are being used to cycle the tank!! Maybe if I tried to add a regal tang they might be happier!!
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I think a shark would cycle it faster as it produces more waste and can feed the bacteria. But you need some good filtration. are you going to run a sump?
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Haha, they are being used to cycle the tank!! Maybe if I tried to add a regal tang they might be happier!!
Definitely. To cycle your tank, I recommend a minimum of 5 Regal tangs. Actually, in a tank that big, I would also recommend some Yellow tangs!

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Yea a shark would do the trick just about I think! It's going to take me ages to clean it out!
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Have you thought of a dolphin? They look cool IMO and you have a tank big enough for one. I've always wanted one but couldn't afford the tank
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Have you thought of a dolphin? They look cool IMO and you have a tank big enough for one. I've always wanted one but couldn't afford the tank
Dolphins need a tank 2 squares long :/. I think you could do the 5 blue tangs and maybe 2-3 yellow tangs. Just add them at the same time so they won't fight.
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wow nice tank! haha
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Hmm, I dunno, 6 tangs and a clown trigger might work as well; I think you've got the space. And an octopus.
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