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Old 10-28-2008, 06:35 PM   #11
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i have a 125 and just reg flourescents so my hygro and various crytps appreciate it as i dont dose or use co2... i know what you mean though,.. i wake up about 7am and go to be about 11-12pm
Oh OK FW. I thought you were talking about Sw. I imagine your plants dont mind but what about your fish?



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I believe the OP was talking about Sw...?

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ya my bad i was just browsing and decided my 2 cents in... the fish dont seem to mind, especially any breeding pairs in there.

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