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Old 12-23-2013, 04:06 PM   #1
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2 aquariums-1 stand

I have a aqueon bow front aqauriuam stand.
I think I may be able to put my 10 gallon in the stand, would the fish in the 10 gallon be okay in dark? They are just bettas.
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Some form of a day/night cycle is needed, IMO. Could you put some under cabinet lighting in the stand or a simple clip-on light?
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I agree. Plus, I assume you will want to see them occasionally and will need to do maintenance in the tank. Maybe something as simple as one of the stick on LED lights?
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Ok good idea, I will add some leds
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If you do that, you should see what it looks like with the door or doors removed. Then you can see both tanks at the same time.
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You could just buy a desk lamp that you could stand behind the tank.
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