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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-15-2005, 03:27 AM Thread Starter
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Nano tanks display...



Got the shelf from IKEA which can stand the weight of 2ft tank for each level.


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Where did you get the small cube tanks at or are homemade.
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Nifty setup!
Curious - what is that fan doing in the bottom most tank, on the back right hand side?


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Very cool! Can you give closeups?
And- I know it's not a tank, but I'm intrigued by the saucer-like dish garden too.
Also would like to know if those tanks are DIY! Can see another obsession coming

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Hi all,

The close up can be viewed from here : http://photobucket.com/albums/v619/itssg/Nano%20tanks/

The nano tanks are custom make. 8x8x8 inch. The fan is use to cool down the temperature of the water. (I am staying in Malaysia. Hot and warm country.)


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Very nice work dom, thanks for sharing.

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Thanks for the posts...the more I see of the Nano's the more I want to try one.
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Thank you guys for the comments. Snowman, it is time for you to get a nano and try it out.


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I can pretty much get any tank size custom made. A friend of mine build up to 300 gallons. I was going to get a 9"x9"x9"x9" nano cubed, but cancel the order becuase I don't have time for another tnak.
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I'm going to be doing my first planted Nano real soon. Tank will be here tomorrow, a 10"x10"x11" almost cube.

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Hi JT,

Don't forget to post the pic and sharing in here.


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Very impressive dom.

BTW--What regime do you follow for keeping the terrestrial moss tank moist?
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Don't forget to post the pic and sharing in here.
Dom:

Here's a teaser.. I picked up the tank today. Now to find that perfect piece of wood or rock and acquire a few other things.


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Is that x-mas moss?
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Hi greenmiddlefinger,

I was learnt from one of the member from other forum. He is an expert in vivarium, paludarium and terrarium setup. I just put 2 pieces of plastic cover on top of the tank. Make few small holes to maintain the humidity will do. Once the mosses running the photosynthesis....it will make the tank the environment inside the tank moist.

Hi Scimp, which tank are you talking about?

Hi UncleJT, I cant wait to see your tank up. please keep us posted.

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