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Old 07-16-2016, 05:37 PM   #1
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Fowlr tank

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New to this site, well actually it's my first forum ever.
I've had freshwater aquariums for over 25 years. Now it's time to have a saltwater tank. I plan on getting a 210 gallon tank and have it as a Fowlr set up. Question is? Could I put
A anemone or two in the tank as well?
I plan on having just aggressive fish, eel, lion, grouper, triggers etc. in the tank.
I was just thinking a couple live anemones would look nice as well. Fake ones just look to fake.

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You could but remember that if any of your fish brush up aside of it then they will be toast. There is a risk.

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And you'll need strong reef lighting too

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Best bet would be to get a separate tank, and have a reef set up in that. So many dang fish I want but can't put them all together.
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like stated above you can but you risk fish being stung , along with needing better lighting.

water quality would be another factor predators tend to be messy . there water quality is not always ideal for nems .

I have put rock nems in my predator tank but wound up removing them as they were not happy , I wound up putting them in my reef , as the water quality in the predator tank wasn't good enough and you could tell they weren't happy.

another choice rather than nems is you can go with macro algae , it can add color it also is a nutritious snack if any of the fish that may nip at it ,

it can be planted along the base of the rocks along with the crevices with in the rock ,

macro is one of my all time favorites
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