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Old 01-02-2012, 09:52 PM   #1
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I'm new to the aquarium world I just got a twelve gal fluval edge that I'm making into a fish and cleanup crew reef tank. I'm waiting to finish cycling and then I'll prob put in a really small clown, a cardinal fish, a dwarf angel, a six line wrasse and maybe a goby that will help to filter my live sand.
Let's hope this works. I know that seems like A lot of fish but all of them are under an inch long but the angel. I'd love to hear ur input
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I'm new to the aquarium world I just got a twelve gal fluval edge that I'm making into a fish and cleanup crew reef tank. I'm waiting to finish cycling and then I'll prob put in a really small clown, a cardinal fish, a dwarf angel, a six line wrasse and maybe a goby that will help to filter my live sand.
Let's hope this works. I know that seems like A lot of fish but all of them are under an inch long but the angel. I'd love to hear ur input
Welcome!!

I know absolutely nothing about saltwater (well, maybe I know a little) but that seems like too many fish to me.
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Old 01-03-2012, 12:13 AM   #3
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Welcome to AA!!

Try starting a thread about it in the saltwater section, you'll get a lot more responses there, good luck!
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Far too many fish for that tank IMO.
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