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Old 07-20-2017, 03:03 PM   #1
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Thinking of converting my juwel lido 200 to marine

Hi, am thinking of converting my juwel lido 200 into a marine tank and am hoping for some advice. Am thinking of getting a mix of live/dry rock, any idea how much I'd need? Am thinking of play sand instead of live sand, as the live rock should make the rest live eventually. Was thinking of getting an extra filter with a uv sterilized, skimmer and power head or 2, not going to use a sump. Also what would be a good clean up crew and tank mates (gotta have 2 nemos for my kids) & was thinking of a 6 line wrasse, the rest is up for debate. So any help/advice would be great
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