I just seen the post by hyewiz and was in awe. I have a 2.5 gal
that I thought about putting corals in a while back and it is now just sitting on a table with about 2 inches of aragonite sand on the bottom. I didn't do anything because I thought that it wouldn't be able to handle the bioload. Now hyewiz has inspired me to continue on with my venture. Could anybody give me an idea of how to start? I was thinking using som lr
from my big tank and use that for filtration along with pwc
. I have an aquaclear 201 ph
. It pumps "up to 126 gph
", would that be too much for a little tank? Also how much lighting is needed? 12.5 watts give 5 watts/gal
. Would a 20 watt 10,000K bulb be OK? Is there any fish that would be able to survive in a tank that small? Maybe goby/pistol shrimp? Hyewiz, thanks for the inspiration, kudos to you!