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Technically speaking LC makes it high-energy. But either way looking great ;)
 

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Looks really nice. I was thinking of getting a second smaller tank like this for shrimp. How have you found maintaining it? Can the top pane of glass be removed to allow you to vacuum the gravel? Or clean glass?
 

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No Chubbs, just the black hood so it’s a bit of a pain to set up and maintain. Also need to make sure your hardscape fits through the opening. I ended up attaching plants to freestanding driftwood and ferns to loose rocks so i can take it all out when I want to do a proper clean. Also due to small size i do weekly water changes
 

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Fluval Edge 23L with bloody marys, orange eyed blue tigers and chilli rasbora

Dimensions:

CO2: liquid

Filtration: Hang on back

Lights: stock LED and cheap aluminium LED suspeded above the lid

Photo Period: 8 hours full lights, 10 in total

Fertilisation: The Nutrient Company TNC lite

Substrate: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00G955JA6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Hardscape: Mopani driftwood

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What's the red plant at the back?

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