10-23-2013, 01:14 AM
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Thinking about starting a tiny reef tank... HELP!
In a few weeks, I'm getting a bigger tank for the freshwater fish that I have in a 10 gallon, and I've been thinking about creating a super duper itty bitty nano reef in the 10 gallon. I have no idea what I'm doing.
Obviously I won't be able to have a million fish in there, so stocking ideas?
What sort of filtration would I need? Substrate? Would it be worth it to have live corals and shrimps/snails and such in such a small space?
I was thinking about doing a sand bottom, a few live rocks and corals, an anemone, a clownfish or two, and maybe a couple different inverts.
Another thing: I'm currently a college student, and I'll be moving at least a few hours away from where I currently live in a few years. is it a bad idea to start a little reef tank now and then try to move it with me?