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I have returend the anemonie and perculas back to the petstore. My 5g aquarium now only contains sand, live rocks, 1 domino damsel, 1 turbo snail, and 1 cleaner shrimp. So far they all seem healthy. The cleaner shimp has already molted.

I have normal lighting in my tank and the water flow is moderate. My temp ranges between 26-28 C. My ammonia n nitrate levels are 0.
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Much better! Remember that 5 gallons of water won't give you much margin for error. I hope that you have a 5 gallon bucket filled with make up water for water changes or emergencies. I honestly don't think your tank has cycled yet so keep a close eye on the ammonia levels. If it were me, I would not add any other living organisms to that small of a tank. Look up mini skimmers and filters for nano aquariums if you don't already have them. Good filtration and a protein skimmer will help keep the water conditions good. I hope that you have a water change schedule in mind, because small tanks need partial changes once a week after they are cycled. Keep us posted on your progress and good luck.
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ok thanks! I do have a supply of saltwater available onhand. I plan on doing a 10% water change 2day.
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Post a pic if you can!
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I think you are off to a good start. Tank looks good. Your choice in L/R is good. The more the surface area the better. Your turbos are going to need some nori or other greens to eat if you don't have any good green algae growing.

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ok thanks!
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Nice tank! That can't be the 5g is it???
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Nice tank! That can't be the 5g is it???

Thanks! its a 5 gallon tank. Buy it on a LFS only 120 pesos and if u convert it on $ it only cost $3.00....

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Wow! The rock and picture make it look much larger. Good shot!
 


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