Biowheels in Eclipse hoods arent a problem , all you have to do is just take them out.
As far as plant suggestions, it would be considering on what type of tank design you are wanting. If your just looking for a basic tank that just is a little green, I would suggest a couple stems of anarchis or wisteria as was suggested above.
But, If you want something a little better looking, I would suggest going with an Asian biotope. This region has a LOT of low light plants like :Hygrophila corymbosa, Rotala Indca, Crypt balansae, Dwarf water onions, Corkscrew Vals, Four-leaf clovers or Java ferns. These plants are not high light plants and are easliy accessable.
Save up your money and buy as many as you can afford at one time, this will help you set up the tank like you want it and helps stop the urge for impulse buying of plants. I am pretty sure everyone on this board has bought plants that they had no buisness buying for their setup when they first started this hobby. I personally bought and tied ricca in a 35 gallon tank that was 4 foot high with only 10 watts of light on top.
One last thing, the spectrum of the eclipse bulb is wrong for plants, there is a replacement for it that is 67K.
If you have any questions or have something that you can figure out I am sure that anyone on here will help, and probally been through it before. Think about it this way, how hard is it to mix CO2 and forget to change the top from a untapped one to one that goes to the reactor?
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