Does anyone with an eclipse have advice on how to keep the lights from heating the tank into the low 90's f after a few hours? I have an eclipse 5 corner tank with some live plants and a female betta.. Need to have a light on at least 8 hrs a day because of that.
I was talking to the manager of a petco here a few weeks ago (who is actually a hobbist himself, the tanks were in amazing condition, possibly the best I've seen in a store) he said that the lights in an Eclipse systems tend to over-heat the aquariums, but all that you have to do in most cases is leave the flap open, hope it helps
2 adult Silver Lyretail Mollies
1 "juvenlie" male molly
many, many baby mollies
1 small clown loach (~2-2.5", returning to LFS