05-30-2012, 09:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Reefing Madness
The powerhead, the outlet of the powerhead would shoot water through the hole. Or the head would stick in that hole and whoot the water out. Either way. Nano Fish
Clown Fish, the ones you are wanting to keep require a 20g tank minimum. Most would keep them in a 10g tank, and if keeping just one, I would go along with it. But your making a tank, and cutting 1/4 of it out. Now if you consider rock and substrate, your not looking at much of a tank for a fish. As for Anemones, teh Maxi Mini Anemone would be the only one close to you being able to keep in a tank that small, and again, I would not do it because of the reasons already given. A 10g tank, turned into a 4g tank once the rock and substrate has been placed. Tank isn't big enough.
Would it be possible to keep a clownfish if I uped the tank size to a 15g? An would anything extra need to be put in?