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Old 08-20-2004, 11:29 PM   #1
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New 20 gal long

Got the tank and stand today. Oceanic wood stand. Perfecto tank.
No lfs has the lighting I want so ordered it online. The 55watt compact fluorescent and glass cover will go on the 37 gal and the Eclipse hood will be on the 20gal.
The Filstar xP1 is running on the 37 now along with the eclipse filter. The xP should have bacteria growing in it by the time the new light gets here.

The 20 will be right next to the computer.

Plan to have a few small schools of tetras.
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gotta love the 20 'long' tanks! I would love to have a 45 long added to my collection... congrats!
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I have a 20 long and absolutely love it! congrats!
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Congrats on the new tank!
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Old 09-03-2004, 03:46 AM   #5
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Put 3 Platty's in it today. Tonight did all the changing around of hoods. I think the Eclipse hood will work out just fine on this smaller tank.
Hope to have a short cycling time.
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