Nano Fish Listed By Tank Size

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Good thread.Sorry to dig up old threads.
 
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It is indeed, I often refer nano owners with stocking questions to this, and it is added to my favorites list;)
 
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graet info dude thanks, have a 115 l with choc tang, a dory, big maroon clown, small orrange clown, a fire goby, a blue docter,20 l waterchange every week , and water stil goes brownish by day 4
so i recon i should take out the dory and tang
 
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Tangs should not be in a nano they need about 400L to thrive atleast take them out asap!
 
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Regal tang (Dorry) should be placed in a 720L tank.A chocolate tang should be in a 1000L!Why did you deprive them of swimming place?
 
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my 1000 l tank burst, so i had to put them somewhere to survive, my 500l has an octopus in and i am afraid it will eat my fish
 
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Eish I understand man hope you come right!:)
 
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busy with a shollow (600 by 700 by 350 deep)for the octopus then i will put the regal tang ,choc tang and the big maroon clouw in the 360(1m by 600 by 600)
 
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busy with a shollow (600 by 700 by 350 deep)for the octopus then i will put the regal tang ,choc tang and the big maroon clouw in the 360(1m by 600 by 600)

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Hi All,

I've been having a look at this thread and was wondering if the which configuration would work best with a 50 - 60l tank setup. Should I be looking at the 38l or the 70l recommendations?
 

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