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  1. Mekaeel

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    Hey crew

    im a bit lost as to what i should do with my 600*600*450 cube.
    Should i make it a FOWLR system or transfer all my LPS from my big tank into the little cube and leave the big tank SPS dominated?
    any input will be appreciated
    thanks guys
     
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  3. lanzo

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    make a small predator tank, get one of those nice green bristel stars and some nice panther groupers, and commits.mmmmmmmmmm very very very nice
     
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    always like a predator tank,but for a predator tank i prefer to use a large tank,something over 2m
     
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    try something new, how about a seahorse tank? :)
     
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    yip, the cube is a bit to small.
    go for a lps system in th 600mm cube and fully sps on the 1m cube.
    this will look great
     
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    i did have that in mind.was at Marcos place yesterday and checked his ponies out,looks awsome.but have no experience,got lotsa learning to do.think im just gonna fill the tank up and let it cycle in the mean time
     
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    what about a macro algae tank with horses.that will look awesome.
     
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    or maybe LPS and ponies....
     
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    :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    ok so now gotta start studying Seahorses....
     
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    Mantis tank?
     
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    awesome dude, perhaps you could also get them to breed eventually!

    but what species would you go for?
     
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    dude i know nothing at all about seahorses,got to study first then will decide from there.
     
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    sea horses cant be kept with lps or any coral as the will lnk onto it with there tail and get stung. thats what i have read.

    an lps tank will be good. maybe a local tank-all the local zoo's and the local fish we have?
     
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    yip, some cods and grunters:lol:
     
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    sis! i was thinking along the lines of gem tangs ect
     
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    isnt the tank to small for tangs?
     
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    162l i think the volume is. yes it will be to small for them depending on size
     
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    I would say go with the LPS only tank, Mekaeel!
     
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    Mekaeel

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    ive seen Marcos tank and he's got them with LPS and softies
     
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