wet dry or refugium

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    i was wondering what would work better on a 20 gallon tank with clove polyps zoos and some had corals. i have both ready to use just wondering what would benefit me better in the long run.thanks
     
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    it depends on what you plan on keeping. if you are going to keep some fish, what kind? or better yet if you have enough room, use them both. JMOO
     
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    Naturally both is best, however, if you must choose and if you have adequate protein skimming then the refuge would be my choice over the wet dry, and if you need the wet dry for the protein skimming then that should take priority.
     
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    i do have adequate skimming im thinking the refugium oh and fish wise IT WOULD BE gobie or blenny something that is right at home
     
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