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need help with lighting & found rocks

Discussion in 'Aquarium Equipment & Decor' started by California Cowgirl, Mar 6, 2009.

  1. California Cowgirl

    California Cowgirl Thread Starter New Member

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    Rearranging/Redecorating Brackish Tank
    yea, that's what i was worried about with the river rock, so i just have some laying down, but it's just temporarley unitl i either use the rock from behind my hourse or buy some
     
  2. bellsly

    bellsly New Member

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    I like the t-5 Glo's, they are reasonably priced and come in all sizes
     
  3. California Cowgirl

    California Cowgirl Thread Starter New Member

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    i heard t-5's were really expensive, my light for my 10 gallon works, but it cracks and pops when first turned on but then is fine, i'm still not going to use it right now, and i'll take a look at what kind of lights they have, if the T5's are in my price range, which is not very much, i'll compare the normal flourescent light and the T5, i hope they have some lights that will fit my 20 gal
     
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    California Cowgirl Thread Starter New Member

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    i ended up getting a power-glow lighting which no idea if its flourescent or not, i looked at the t8's but they didn't have them in the size i needed
     
  5. California Cowgirl

    California Cowgirl Thread Starter New Member

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    oh and the lighting is nothing special, i wish they had a t8 in the size i needed, but this one works, it's not like i'll be having any corals or plants in there and its a 15 watt