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Old 09-29-2013, 05:32 PM   #541
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And the fluval spec has an external canister-like filter which you could fill with live rock rubble
You can fill canister filters with live rock? Does it make it like a refugium? I have bio balls in mine. And some little ceramic tubes
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Old 09-29-2013, 05:34 PM   #542
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Just looked them up and found that they are 150-200$ for 12-20 gallon tanks! How about fluval chi?
The fluval spec is only in the 2 or 5 gallon sizes...
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Old 09-29-2013, 05:35 PM   #543
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You can fill canister filters with live rock? Does it make it like a refugium? I have bio balls in mine. And some little ceramic tubes
I've heard people do it with the fluval spec... Idk for sure though
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The fluval spec is only in the 2 or 5 gallon sizes...
On amazon they have 12g,17g,and a 20g
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Old 09-29-2013, 05:54 PM   #545
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I think i would stock a 5g with
Fish:
1 orange clown goby
1 ocellaris clown fish
1 cleaner shrimp
3 peppermint shrimp
3 pink margarita snails
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4 red legged hermit crabs

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2 ricordea mushrooms
4 green star polyps
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Old 09-29-2013, 06:01 PM   #546
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A 5g is to small for an ocellaris clown, the goby would be fine though IMO
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A 5g is to small for an ocellaris clown, the goby would be fine though IMO
Yeah i knew that was gonna come up, any one have any suggestions? Sorry to hijack the thread
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The goby/pistol shrimp combos are cool.
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The goby/pistol shrimp combos are cool.
Very true, i was planning to have the tank in my room, really dont wanna wake up to a snap every night! Lol. Any thing besides gobys?
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