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Old 12-09-2007, 01:15 AM   #1
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Hey guys,

With Christmas coming, what do you have on your list as far as your aquariums go? I have a 29g moderately planted community, a 20g lightly planted community(rummynoses, striata loaches, a single male gbr, and 3 ottos), and a 10g moderately planted tank(anacharis and najas) with a pair of GBR's in there that I'm hoping will breed soon. I was thinking of asking for a pressurized co2 setup for the 29g, but what would you suggest that would be a reasonable price? Other ideas would be a 55g tank and an xp2...we'll see how that goes :P

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If you want a 55g.....get a 75g instead. Wider is better.....the 55g tanks are just too narrow. (I have 2)

You could use a pressurized system on more than one tank. Ask for a manifold with the system....



I just have a new camera on my list, but its mostly for taking aquarium pics. I bought myself a 40 breeder with bday money, so I'm quite excited about that.
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:32 PM   #3
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I am not picky...just a gift certificate to my favorite LFS...oh...maybe I am "picky".
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A new 180 with stand, canopy, and lighting. I'll get the rest.
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Old 12-09-2007, 06:36 PM   #5
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I'm not too picky. A 300G Wide with stand would do fine, lol.
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