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Blueplanet 50L for FOWLR nano????

Discussion in 'Marine Fish Only (FO) / Fish Only With Live Rock (' started by louise01, May 8, 2011.

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    Thinking about this for the kitchen. Just nice, basic, tiny, with 2 orange occys and LR (possibly a couple morphs if they could handle it). I'd just throw some macro in with the rock as well possibly (although it might take over..hmmm)

    This is the link
    http://www.aquariumproducts.com.au/cata ... &catID=115

    I currently have the tank sitting around (setup with freshwater) but doing nothing. I also have an extra pump in there for water circulation. Was actually suprised to find that it was a T5 light... shocked really!

    Any thoughts??
     
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    Maybe one clown
     
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    2 clowns will eventually get too big IMO.
     
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    Dragging this thread back up. Seriously thinking about it now. I aquired a LOT of morphs recently and am thinking I may have too many for my current tank. If I set this up and I can 'throw' some LR and morphs in it and attempt 'fragging' them... Something I have wanted to try for a while. I dont really want any macro in the tank incase it takes over but will risk it and can always cut it if it starts to grow.

    Light wise its a T5 but I dont know if its a HO or NO. Can morphs flourish in either? Probably chuck some zoas in there too as I have a heap!

    Would like a colourful fish in there too. 2 fish would be good but its not a big tank so suggestions would be great :)

    If i was to turn this into a full nano what corals could I potentially keep under this light?
     

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