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Setting up a new clown fish tank

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Setting up a new clown fish tank

Post by rekoyu on Mon Sep 27, 2010 8:07 am

I always wanted to have a clown fish tank. So I though I'd set a tank with 4 clown fish. Bought some live rocks from the lfs enough to set up some caves. Now I'm abit worried about the algae. I have my tank close to the window so the sun light hits right the bottom of the tank. I have plecos in my freshwater tank to clean the algae but what for the saltwater tanks? Can some one suggest me an algae eater which will fit-in with my clownfish?

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Re: Setting up a new clown fish tank

Post by mechano on Mon Sep 27, 2010 8:15 am

Use Mexican turbo snails, they are the only critters I found to eat all types of algae, including GHA and film types. Good luck and post some pics!

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