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fung0a 11-16-2011 09:39 PM

Hello all
 
Hey,
I recently got a 37 gallon tank; empty, no water, no fish, no accessories.
I'm looking at a tank with fishes of course, some live coral and live rocks in the future if that's possible?
Would that be a salt water tank? I'm open to suggestions and thankful for the help

mileshs95 11-16-2011 09:58 PM

a tank with coral and live rocks would be a salt water tank which is not reccomended for a beginner (assuming you're a beginner). i'd recommend you start with a few hardy fish to get the hang of it, then later upgrade to maybe some fish that require a little more care. a few hardy fish are tetras, danios, and mollies. keep in mind that tetras are shoaling fish and must be kept in groups of at least 6+
good luck and happy fishkeeping!

fung0a 11-16-2011 10:17 PM

would that be a FOWLR tank?

fryup 11-18-2011 03:25 PM

welcome, check out the "tropicalfish profiles" at the top left hand side, theres loads of profiles and also loads of info up there :):):)

onefish2fish 11-18-2011 05:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fung0a (Post 895384)
would that be a FOWLR tank?


mileshs95 is talking about a freshwater tank.

a FOWLR ( fish only with live rock ) refers to a saltwater/marine tank containing fish and live rock, no corals.

freshwater would be the easier, cheaper way of having a fish tank. if you wanted a saltwater system dont be discouraged. plenty of reading and questions will put you on the right track of keeping a saltwater tank.

welcome to the forum.

fryup 11-19-2011 02:42 AM

Yh I agree with that , it will be expensive but the final thing will look amazing


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Byron 11-28-2011 08:13 PM

Welcome to Tropical Fish Keeping forum.

Byron.

AquaOverflow 11-30-2011 04:49 PM

Hi and Welcome to the forum!!!

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