Oceans Nano

Discussion in 'Nano Tank advice' started by Ocean, 3 May 2008.

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Which fish for my nano?

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  1. Ocean

    Ocean Lazy Sea Slug

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    I am setting up a new nano so fare it has a
    Dophin UV250
    2 250 seio power heads
    20 reggies play sand(washed)
    100watts heater
    and a little LR

    stock so far is only one Mollie

    getting the lights in the week.
    Will post pics when im in the mood.:razz:
     
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  3. gaz19

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    sounds good. whats the total volume of this tank. is this the 20l tank?
     
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    Ocean

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    60l how many whats of light do you people think i should have 30cm high
     
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    2x 24w t5s should to, what you planing on keeping? softies?
     
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    Intresting thing, so mixed.
     
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    Ocean

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    Here are some pics.


    DSC00023.jpg DSC00021.jpg
     
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    Ocean

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    And the playsand pick up

    DSC00020.jpg
     
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    By the looks of things i quess your the one in front... :p

    Looking good...

    One question, why did you go with playsand? Are you working on a budget?
     
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    Ya money is tight, and no im the one in the middle(no wonder they call me the youngest reefer in SA)
     
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    geez ok... Never knew your a chick... Well this is a first for me...! :peroni:

    What you plan to keep?
     
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    Ocean

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    Dont nkow yet im still looking for something that is not common and will no out grow my tank(aswell as reef safe)
     
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    hmmm, good luck on that... Ill make it a zoa nano... Wll look stunning
     
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    Ocean

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    Suggestions on fish are greatly apreated.
    And will defently get durb zoos if gaz is willing to get me some and ship?
     
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    pair of clowns will be lekker
    by the way,nothing wrong with playsand
     
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    Ocean

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    Clowns are nice but i want something that is more noncommon.
     
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    The UV is 11watts bulb and 250l/h flow threw it.

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    My Mh on my nano just playing around

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    My test mollie. Removing him when the first marine fish comes

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    looks very nice,so is that sand in your tank going to be your dsb,arent you running a skimmer and do you have to do alot of waterchanges on the tank,sory for the strange question but are you really that girl in the middle
     
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    Gees, that Toy's R Us store is really stocking up on Playsand !

    Are Giant Clams still what the kids want for Christmas :D
     
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    Me me me:011::D:D.

    Nice Ocean. As for uncommmon, i cannot help. Its like colour or car choice. Subjective. But whatever the choice, long term health and happiness for all involved, is at stake.
     
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    Stick with moolies, they are quite uncommon in marines :whistling:
     

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