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Old 10-03-2014, 09:31 PM   #111
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I forgot which was which. Left to right they are.....?


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Left to right.. 5.5 high tech finnex planted +, 10 gal now finnex stingray l, 30 long, dual current satellite plus high tech.
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I don't know which side is better... I'm liking the left side more right now!

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How bout a pic from the front

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Lights out.. but this was a few days ago..

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My two fixtures are butt up against each other in the middle of the tank. Think I should spread them out? The one in the front is actually directly above the "carpet". No sense moving it forward. Maybe I will leave the back one as is. Having it hit the background plants at a slight angle might help with getting light to the lower sections IMO rather than have it shine straight down where shadowing from the taller parts might occur.
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Oh I got some aggies, can you believe this guy is barely an inch long?

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My two fixtures are butt up against each other in the middle of the tank. Think I should spread them out? The one in the front is actually directly above the "carpet". No sense moving it forward. Maybe I will leave the back one as is. Having it hit the background plants at a slight angle might help with getting light to the lower sections IMO rather than have it shine straight down where shadowing from the taller parts might occur.
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Think more! I just just set them up.. i like your logic. . Move them i shall. . Not the sats though. . That's working.. finnex are a tad bit stronger me thinks..

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