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Hi there, any help would be GREATLY appreciated (especially as it’s hard to go and talk to someone nowadays!).
I want to keep a small marine tank but have never kept one before.
I was hoping I could maybe get a pair of clowns and maybe a small shoal of another species (i like the little chromis fish), and some bottom dwellers. But I literally have no idea what I can have in my size tank (see link) AquaOak Large Cube Systemised Aquarium

My tank is 155 litres.
Has a sump.
I’ve got a few more bits of pipe work to plumb in, and yet to add a sock and skimmer, but it’s otherwise up and running with substrate and a bit of rock so far.
Basic lighting.

Please advise me on some nice fish for this tank and if i should get an anemone and clowns.
Thank you.
 

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Heyy!
How can I help u mate? Feel free!
Just ideas on stocking to be honest. Is it big enough that if I start with a pair of clowns for a few months, are there any other fish I could add? I love the mandarin fish but I would wait until it’s proper established. I will probably upgrade the lights in the future and hope for an anemone for the clowns to host with.
thanks.
(Ps. I have edited original post as bought a new tank)
 

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