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I've had a little 3 gallon eclipse tank, and it was a pretty cool little tank.
I'm thinking about starting another one, possibly a 3 gal picotope this time.

Initially i was thinking of putting whiteclouds in there, but now i'm curious having seen some "micro" fish like dwarf rasboras that stay under an inch even as adults.

are there any other extremely small fish that are under an inch as adults?

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Scarlet Gem Badis (Dario Dario) max out at about an inch. Very cool little fish too!
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Scarlet Gem Badis (Dario Dario) max out at about an inch. Very cool little fish too!
Hard to find though!


How about some green neon tetras, their smaller then neons, and though they get a little bigger then say a dwarf rasbora, they add a lot to a planted tank. I have a school in my 6 eclipse (5 fish) and it looks great.
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Well, the green tetras are a really cool idea IF i can find somewhere around here that carries them, but more than likely i'll just stick with the dwarf rasboras.

Since the difference in price from a picotope and the ADA mini-s isn't all that much (plus the mini-s hold an extra half gallon) I'm probably gonna go with the Mini-s

The lighting for the ADA is pretty overpriced but not nearly as ridiculous as the pricing on their super jet filters. but I'll admit, they are very aesthetically pleasing. I think It'd be really great to put this is the guest room of my house (once my old bedroom)
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