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Old 03-05-2016, 01:30 PM   #1
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Hi bros , I like to find out that for marine setup ( FOWL ) , how many fishes( small ones like clown fishes) can two feet tank hold? Do we still need a skimmer? Thanks in advance
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Hi bros , I like to find out that for marine setup ( FOWL ) , how many fishes( small ones like clown fishes) can two feet tank hold? Do we still need a skimmer? Thanks in advance
comfortably will be 4... skimmer is optional.. how often do u plan to water change?
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comfortably will be 4... skimmer is optional.. how often do u plan to water change?
Thanks for the advice , 2 times weekly . plan to keep a clown fish , a shrimp , maybe two damsel . just to try out and if successful , will move on to a bigger tank.

I will like a wrasse but it seems wrasse likes sand bed which I am not keen for easy maintainese
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Any good sump tank design?
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Thanks for the advice , 2 times weekly . plan to keep a clown fish , a shrimp , maybe two damsel . just to try out and if successful , will move on to a bigger tank.

I will like a wrasse but it seems wrasse likes sand bed which I am not keen for easy maintainese
can lahz... good enough
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Thanks for your advice!!
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Thanks for your advice!!
having a skimmer is better...

argh... make me feel like starting a tank too
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argh... make me feel like starting a tank too
Hahahaha. I just keep three and do weekly water changes . I want to be more familiar before committing to more items for the marine set up.
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Hahahaha. I just keep three and do weekly water changes . I want to be more familiar before committing to more items for the marine set up.
2ft will be fun...
water change is going to be a headache... u using NSW
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2ft will be fun...
water change is going to be a headache... u using NSW
Bro , what is NSW?

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