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Old 06-28-2011, 05:38 PM   #1
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New guy here, I have a 20 gallon saltwater aquarium. Tomato clown, yellow tang, black trigger, hermit crabs... Have live rock and I'm about to start some soft coral! Really into coral now so I want to learn a lot about it, get some experience and then get a bigger tank
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tangs need really big tanks,if you want to keep it youll have to upgrade. same for the trigger.
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Ya they are all small right now. My goal is to successfully grow and maintain some soft coral for several months and then upgrade....
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Ya they are all small right now. My goal is to successfully grow and maintain some soft coral for several months and then upgrade....
several months is a long time,eithere rehome or upgrade ASAP.
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