plain & simple

Discussion in 'Nano Tanks' started by avikar91, 10 Nov 2014.

  1. avikar91

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    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]My first marine tank keeping it plain and simple....for now haha
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    Hi and welcome to masa....unable to see your pics
     
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    Hi thanks trying to upload pics not working out

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    60L
    No skimmer
    Filter with different media
    Wavemaker 2000L/H
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    Are you gonna keep coral or only fish?
     
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    Cool scape, don't get any strong fish they will knock the rocks flying. Say no to triggers!
     
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    Thanks brendan Lol I plan on having two ocellaris clown fish only hope they not that strong. I don't have plans to keep coral in this tank maybe next year I will be getting a larger tank and add coral to it
     
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    Nah they fine, cute fish, not my cup of tea though. If any ideas what your size upgrade tank will be?
     
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    Willing to see how well I maintain this tank then will probably go for 200L, problem is I have no space and having 4 freshwater tanks which I'm very attached too so I need to find so where vacant to fit a 200L tank well at home :m85:
     
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