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  1. Suggestions for a "all in one" nano 
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    Hi guys im thinking of getting a nana tank to have in our kitchen/diner and was wondering what suggestions you would have as to a good "all in one" package?

    I will mainly want to keep softies and some small fish such as catalina gobys and other small stuff.

    Thanks in advance - dave
     

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    Hi dave if i was you i would have a look at the acs nano. Acs sponsor the forum. Blinkyfish had the prototype and i looks the nuts have a look i'm on my phone so cant post you a link till later
     

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    cool i will give it a google
     

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    Catalina gobys can't really be kept in 'tropical' tanks as they prefare colder waters. [60's and low 70's] and reef's need warmer temperatures.

    Bit by the saltwater bug, and bit HARD.

    I have ORD and proud! [Obsessive Reefer Disorder.]

    '' One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish. '' -- Dr. Seuss.
     

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    this is the one you may need to skip to half way through http://www.ultimatereef.net/forums/s...ght=blinkyfish
     

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    Personally I'd go for a d&d nano, jbj or if money is tight a beta nano cube
    450L Reef Tank
    28g D&D Nano
     

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