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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-04-2004, 12:58 AM
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in most of the SW world, nano is concidered 29 gallons and below. I think the 24 gallon is mostly geared towards reef tanks and the such. But also good for planted tanks!
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Also depends on the application. The reason it can be consider a nano is due to the fact that it is used in reefkeeping, where that size is indeed consider a nano (versus pico). To some, anything less than a 55 gallon in reefkeeping would be considered a nano-microreef.

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Most reef keepers have plans to get tanks of up to 250gallons and up. I've seen one guy had a 850 gallon reef....I'd consider a 29 gallon nano too if I had that tank lol
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