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Old 08-12-2011, 12:28 PM   #1
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Help Starting 10 gallon Nano Reef

I found a 10 gal and a 7 gal tank on craigslist, both for $15. I decided I would like to uprgrade my 1.5g pico which has just a piece of live rock right now, to the 10g. Could I use the 1.5g as a sump? If so, how would I set it up? Also, would two 13 watt natural white/daylight cfl lights be good for low light corals?
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