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Meow's 0.9G — "A View of a Cube"

Marina Cubus, 6" cube, 0.9G glass tank. 17cm 8000K LED light. Manzanita driftwood. River stones. White sand. Indian Almond Ketapang leaves. Taiwan moss. Anubias nana 'petite.' Viewable from all sides.







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Simple and clean very nice. That will be a whole lot less maintenance than mine. nice job
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awesome looking tank and fish room
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really nice, neat, and clean
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Thanks, everyone. I'll hopefully have more pics up by tonight. Any suggestions on possible fauna? There's no filter or heater. My room stays around the low-mid 60s, and even reaches as low as the 50s at night.


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its beautiful of course, along with the rest of them in the background



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it looks so nice. where did you buy that led light? i also want get one
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Thanks, everyone. I'll hopefully have more pics up by tonight. Any suggestions on possible fauna? There's no filter or heater. My room stays around the low-mid 60s, and even reaches as low as the 50s at night.
I found some shrimp that were (accidentally) left outside this winter and it's consistently been in the 20's and 30's at night. I don't think 50's would be an issue. A few yellow or PFR would look really cool in there.
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All those white specks on the glass are actually small colonies of these guys:



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it looks so nice. where did you buy that led light? i also want get one
Also admiring the sleek lines of it. Where did you get it? How's it doing with the low-light nanas and with 8000K in general?

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Got the light on eBay, item# 250778959542. It's relatively bright enough to sustain anubias and moss. No issues so far.


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