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01-18-2013 01:40 PM
Wicket_lfe I'm a fan of the swing arm lamp with a CFL bulb, but only for about 2-5 gallons. If you want something bigger I'm sure others will chime in.
01-18-2013 05:52 AM
New to nano lighting question!

Hey Guys new to nano's! Not to fish tho. I am wanting a kit that is good enough for Dwarf hair grass and more high light plants i guess but also that will be ok for shrimp. I am good with the 2-15G range Cuz i want it to sit on my desk still and not overtake it! I've even seen a 24g cube that would fit...So question is what tank would be good in that size range that has a nice setup and good light ( Or Nice looking light i can by aftermarket that just mounts up super clean) Main focus is a tank that itself looks sleek and cleanly put together not some random Ugly fitting light that does nice work and a bad looking filter and stuff.

I will be running Co2 And will use Ferts. but not crazy heavy probably because i do want Shrimp in it still.

Whats peoples opinions???

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