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    Talking My 15G so far...

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    Hey guys, haven't been on for a while, but I now have a 15G saltwater tank that is going great. So far its all setup, i'm waiting on the live rock I have 5KG( 11 pounds ). I have T5's and i'm gonna grab some live sand sometime during the holidays, along with some inverts. I already have a bit of base rock in the tank whihc has been there for a month. I have some T5's which are awesome. I don;t know what to actually stock the tank with, any ideas?
    p.s I will post some pictures of it so far later.

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    Ok heres the pics...
    and also, any ideas on stocking, i want a a pair of clowns...
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    Looking good. As far as stocking goes, a pair of clowns, and a goby would be good.

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    Looking good so far! I'm looking forward to doing a nanoreef like this sometime in the future.
    36 gallon bowfront - "Hector" the Dwarf Gourami, 3 Peppered Corydoras, "Big Eric" the Rubberlip Pleco, "Killwillie" the German Blue Ram, and 9 Rummynose Tetras, 1 true Siamese Algae Eater

    20 gallon long; Planted & Aquascaped (Dwarf Hairgrass, Scarlet Temple, Lace Java Fern, Red Ludwigia) - Female German Blue Ram, 4 Oto's, 11 Neon Tetras

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    Thats a sweet set up!
    I'm sure it will look great!
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    What do you guys think for corals, maybe just buy a frag pack from online in a few weeks?

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    Looks good

    I would wait until you get some true live rock and monitor your parameters every couple of days for a month or so before you add corals.

    How are you cycling the tank? I would use a piece of dead shellfish or prawn and that should kick start it.

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    Looks very nice, and I would listen unleashed, great advice!

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    Unleashed, I have some true live rock arriving Tuesday, and then live sand in about a fortnight, along with a CUC. That ok?

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    Check your LFS or local aquarium clubs for frags. I can get some crazy frags here for anywhere from 3-10 dollars a piece.

    Where did you pick up that rimless tank?
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