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Old 06-13-2011, 12:43 AM   #1 
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Old 06-13-2011, 01:47 AM   #2 
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That's a nice little tank. I think I may have to pick one of those up. I'm interested in hearing how the plants do with the LED light. My current betta tank has one on it, and I was thinking about adding some live plants, but I've read mixed reviews on their promotion of plant growth.
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Old 06-13-2011, 02:47 PM   #3 
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That's a nice little tank. I think I may have to pick one of those up. I'm interested in hearing how the plants do with the LED light. My current betta tank has one on it, and I was thinking about adding some live plants, but I've read mixed reviews on their promotion of plant growth.
Thanks! The light seems really bright. I think it will be fine for low light plants. I will be sure to post an update in a few weeks or so.
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What a gorgeous little tank! The betta in it looks bloated or something though o.O
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gph is high, I'd assume it can use a short spray bar kit with a 90 angle in it.
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Old 06-13-2011, 09:43 PM   #6 
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I like the tank! Those anubias, wow. Lovely.

Ive always wanted one of these, though have never found one around.

I second the bloatedness! Perhaps consider making a thread about him in the disease section. There seems to be a bit of current in there, perhaps too much, even, so if its not a hassle, it might be good to lower it for him. But its not too bad.

Great tank!
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What a gorgeous little tank! The betta in it looks bloated or something though o.O
AWW he's just a baby.
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Old 06-13-2011, 11:24 PM   #8 
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But still, he shouldnt be that bloated :/ If you fill out the sticky in the diseases thread, we can help you fix it so he's happy and healthy :D
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gph is high, I'd assume it can use a short spray bar kit with a 90 angle in it.
There is a flow adjustment lever on the pump. I think next water change I'm going to pull it out and tone it down a bit. As for the bloating issue with so many of you in agreement I will look at it more closely. My buddy spawned this guy earlier this year and he doesn't look a lot different than he did a month ago but that dosn't mean there went issues already. The last one I got from him was the same way. I kind of assumed he was just binging on blood worms as my friend tends to over feed IMO. I can say he doesn't have his scales poking out like I've seen once before ( in another persons tank) but I'll watch him carefully and keep checking the water just in case. thanks for the advice and complements everyone!

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