No, just a regular 10 gallon, why? I would most likely do that in the future when all the fish are out of my curretn one.altitude said:I would think you will be ok with that but it is usually harder to keep the water quality correct in the small tank
are you thinking a nano tank?
Thanks, I will just have to wait until all the fish leave the tank(due to death or transfer to another tank). As well as some more money would help a lot.atmmachine said:It would be fine, but you won't be able to get the clown for a bit obviously. Depending on the invert, they usually aren't that expensive so it's not an amazing deal unless there super expensive in Canada. Go for it if you can, you'l never regret it. Don't worry about the tank levels, it's not hard.
what are you going to do with the fish in the 10 g tank now..I thought werent allowed any more tanks?Tom said:
Nope especially if you keep it simple, not a whole lot more than a Freshwater tank if not many corals really than mushrooms.Tom said:
I already have the tank, I was just wondering if I was able to put one or two common clown fish and an invert. right now there are a total of about 4-5 left in the tank and I don't want to get any more for it until I do all my research on saltwater to make sure I want to go that route.lolagurl said:what are you going to do with the fish in the 10 g tank now..I thought werent allowed any more tanks?Tom said:
Thanks. I need to always start to do my research, and stop the impulse buying.JGoldinger said:I was happy to read the last thing you said "do your research"
You can do saltwater on a budget where it gets expensive is corals, you need lighting for them as well as anemones....