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scousetoe
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PostPosted: 2009.01.11(Sun)18:41    Post subject: thinking of a saltwater fowlr Reply with quote

ihave had a freshwater tank for a couple of yrs now and just upgraded my tank so I'm left with a emty tank and was thinking of starting a fowlr set up.
heres what I was thinking.
the size of the tank is 31" length 16" hieght 15" width around 120ltrs

substrate: live caribsea sand

I'm in the uk and live rock is pricey so I was thinking 10kg wich cost around
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Location: Tulsa, OK / Toronto, ON.

PostPosted: 2009.01.11(Sun)22:14    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lighting: With FOWLR, lighting isn't important, in fact its only there so that YOU can see the fish. The fish don't care either way.

Filtration: Whether or not the live rock will be sufficient depends on a few things, including what kind and how many fish/inverts you want to keep.
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PostPosted: 2009.01.12(Mon)13:02    Post subject: Reply with quote

I was just planning on a basic clean up crew hermit crabs, turbo snails
as for fish I would like a clownfish or 2 and a few other small fish not really sure as I havent researched compatibility yet about 5 or 6 fish in total
thanks
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