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Old 12-23-2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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Bird of paradise

I just bought a new bird of paradise colony. I put it low in the tank to start off with, will it be ok low or will I need it high, I don't have alot of room left in my tank towards the ceiling, oh and the lights I have are ai sols.

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Should be fine in the lower portion. How deep is the tank? May want to put it in the middle to be safe. I have ponapes bn about 15" below a kessil 150 and it grows like a weed.
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