Thread: Cooling down aquarium
03-20-2013, 01:57 AM #11
Looks to be black skirt tetras and platys.
03-20-2013, 03:41 AM #12
Saw this in my local CL
55g Freshwater | Rena XP3 | Aqueon 55 | Hydor 300w Inline Heater|7 Black Skirt |5 Serpae Tetras |7 Red Eye Tetras | 3 Otto Cats | Planted | STS Substrate
72g Bowfront | Custom Built Coast to Coast Overflow and 20g Sump | 250w Aqueon Pro Heater | Planted | STS Substrate | 6 Zebra Danios | 8 Cardinal Tetras | 12+ Serpae Tetras Planned
03-20-2013, 04:12 PM #13
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That is correct black skirt tetras and platy's. In the future I do plan on getting a bulldog pleco and silver hatchet fish. The sump is in a cabinet so no direct light either from sun or room lights are penetrating it. There's only two pieces of equipment in the sump, heater and pump.
I have older style cover / hood light. hoodlight.jpg Does anyone NOT recommend drilling holes on the backside of light fixture towards the top to allow heat to be released? I know there's a quite of bit of heat coming from this alone. The light housing sits on a strip of glass, so the heat just collects. I'll be very careful.25 Gal - Tropical
Custom made Wet/Dry/Sump Filter System, AquaClear 20 Powerhead, RenaCal Excel 300 Heater, artificial plants
Fish - 6 Blackskirt Tetras, 5 Red Wag Platy's
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