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Old 11-12-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
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Small planted - Update

In an earlier post I made, I asked you guys about small planted "bowls" to house a couple small animals. Well, I had set up a small terrarium instead but now since have torn that down - it must have got too "cold" for summery type plants in the open air.

Tonight I decided to pick up a couple plants, 1 crypt undulata, 2 hornwort (though I ended up using "1" because he was a big guy!), and a couple ghost shrimp. Just wanted to show you guys the outcome!

Currently I don't have any light or anything on the table, so there's no light except the kitchen light. Do any of you know of some good small light/lamp brands that can be put on a vase lip that won't look bulky or weird?

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Old 11-12-2012, 10:49 PM   #2
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Zoo med(I think) sells a betta LED lamp. Or there are these little submersible lights that I can't remember the name of. Really super bright.
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