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starting a FOWLR tank
hello all i have found this tank but it is freshwater tank i would like to know wat i would have to do to it to turn it into a FOWLR tank
thanks in advance
here is the link for the tank
From what I see this tank serves you no purpose. There is nothing here that applies to a marine aquarium, other than the actual aquarium itself. Do you already own the tank? Give us some background information here and we can get you in the right direction. What size tank are you looking for? How much floor space do you have?
well i want to start a FOWLR tank as you already know. but i cant find a tank that is big enough to house the fish i like but the ones that i have found are alot of money which i dont have as i am only 14.so if you have any advice or places to try for tanks in the uk.
Seriously, give some details. What fish do you like? How much space do you have available?
ahh sorry mate . urm i like yellow damselfish,blue velvet damselfish,three stripe damselfish,yellow tail damselfish,bicolor blenny,kauderns cardinalfish,chalk bass,most clownfish,bicolor angelfish,yellownose goby, firefish,caribbean blue tang, chromis.
as for space i have a games room which is rater large. but only worry would be is that it may be too cold.
and on a tank i would be willing to pay up to £200.
hope this helps you more
Most of the fish you mention are smaller in size, so most any tank size would be sufficient. The larger the tank, the more you could hold, but almost all of these fish would be comfortable in a tank as small as 29 gallons. The only exception is the Caribbean Blue Tang, which is off limits for you. They just get to large for a smaller project like this, really needing a couple hundred gallons.
Lest say you decide on a 38 gallon tank. In a tank of this size you could keep a pair of Kaudern Cardinalfish, an Ocellaris Clownfish, a Goby, and a Jawfish. This is just an example of what would work for you. The filtration should consist of live rock, aragonite sand, and a protein skimmer. Not sure what deals or prices you will find in your area, but this should get you started. Also, you can order a lot of the equipment and supplies online. I personally use Aquarium Supplies, Pet Supplies and Pond Supplies by That Fish Place - That Pet Place and Marco Rocks The finest aquarium rock available, base rock, live rock, reef rock, marco rock, reef tank saltwater fish, live corals, Marco rocks, Fiji live rock, Tonga Live rock.
thanks for all your help...but i have afew more questions to ask.
1 what do you think i could keep in this tank.
Betta Lifespace Nano Reef Aquarium :: Marine :: Aquariums, Tropical Fish, Marine Fish, Pond Pumps and Aquatics.
2 what would i have to do to turn it into a reef tank
That looks like a nice system. It has a protein skimmer and a UV, both of which I think are important. You would need to remove the components of the trickle filter, as the use of a trickle filter in a marine aquarium is counter productive.
You just need to add live rock and sand.
okay how do you tanke out the trickle filter and what stock would that be albe to hold
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