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Photo Caption: 12g nano
12 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 12g nano

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: my tank is a 12g nano reef tank (all stock)
Advice: look for new info all over(reading'internet ect...)
Fish Kept: no fish
Corals/Plants: star polyps, yellow polyps, colt corals, open brain coral, hammer corals, long tentacle Anemone
Tank Size: 12 gallons
Quote: thats cool

COMMENTS

I have a 14 biocube and I would agree with adding a fish... Being so small I would opt for a juvy tang or your typical clown. One is enough for such small water, but I felt the need to comment bc it looks like a slice out of the ocean. Very realistic and that's hard to do. Looks great! fish avatar
get a pajama cardinal! they are small and awesome. you would be safe with a lil clown or two tho fish avatar
fyi: Yellow tang are in the surgeonfish family. Adult fish can grow to 20 centimeters (approximately 7 to 8 inches). 12g = no tangs lol. a beautiful fish is almost any kind of mandarin. difficult to keep in a small tank due to having to have your reef support colonies od copipods (spelling?) for them to eat. Interesting and amazing looking fish tho. fish avatar
fish yes, a pair of clows would be real nice. yellos tang(s) in a 12 gallon. not a great idea. they are bigger and faster, they would flip out in a 12g. go for clowns they are awesome. fish avatar
PUT SOME FISH IN THERE MAY I SUGEST SOME PURCULA CLOWNS ,YELLOW TANGS,DAMSELS,OR MABEY A WRASSE OR 2 fish avatar

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