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Old 09-11-2011, 01:02 AM   #1
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New 55 gal. Fowlr stocking

Hey all!
For the past few weeks I've been researching fowlr marine tanks and I've made a decision to get one!
Im going to get a 55 gallon...
Do you have any stocking ideas?
I'd love to have an ocellaris clown and blue hippo tang.
Is this possible?
Ideas?
Also, would two 40 gallon power filters suffice?
Thanks
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You can get a clown, isuggest add 2 at the same time so they can pair,also no type of tang can fit in a 55 that i no of,also 2 40g filters would be great especially if u put different filtering medias in them,in my opinion u should do a lot more research and ask many more questions on this forum before starting cuz theres a lot to know lol ive been researching for 10 months and am still not 100% ready yet but the bigger the easier so u shood realy w8 at least a month and put time into researching fish,cuc,and coral members then open a thread called 55g stock approval and we will swarm ur thread and make all the adjustments and give u tips to make ur tank the best it can be and i think i speak for all the AA members when i say welcome, and good luck!!!
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You can get a clown, isuggest add 2 at the same time so they can pair,also no type of tang can fit in a 55 that i no of,also 2 40g filters would be great especially if u put different filtering medias in them,in my opinion u should do a lot more research and ask many more questions on this forum before starting cuz theres a lot to know lol ive been researching for 10 months and am still not 100% ready yet but the bigger the easier so u shood realy w8 at least a month and put time into researching fish,cuc,and coral members then open a thread called 55g stock approval and we will swarm ur thread and make all the adjustments and give u tips to make ur tank the best it can be and i think i speak for all the AA members when i say welcome, and good luck!!!
Thanks! I will definatly put some more time into research.
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