Is this what you mean by nano?

…and everything smaller!

Postby CoolBozPup14 » 2005-11-19 00:26

<span style='font-size:11pt;line-height:100%'>I was think, and my mom, that when I get me new room done (Ocean and plam tree theme, but mostly palm trees) I could have a small saltwater tank in my room with 1-3 fish and like a starfish or other little critters, something. I was thinking some of those Yellowtail Damselfish or other small Damselfish or Blue/Green Reef Chromis that are only $4.99 or something. Anyway would a 5 gallon tank be too small for 1-3 of those fish? Also I never had a saltwater tank before but I do know someone who's had one for years. I can always ask him for help.</span>
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Postby Kev » 2005-11-19 07:46

Personally I wouldnt risk keeping fish iin a 5g unless it was something like a Yellow Clown Goby or a pair of Neon Gobies. Other fish are very likely to add too much bio-load.
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Postby CoolBozPup14 » 2005-11-20 20:57

ok
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