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    Inside the canopy it's about 19-1/2" by 4" by 1-7/8".

    As far as you having "no sense of scale"... that's awesome because that's exactly what I'm trying to acheive with this. I want it to look like someone shrunk a massive tank...

    And yes, the plan is to put all the "equipment" in the sump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomethingIsFishy View Post
    Inside the canopy it's about 19-1/2" by 4" by 1-7/8".

    As far as you having "no sense of scale"... that's awesome because that's exactly what I'm trying to acheive with this. I want it to look like someone shrunk a massive tank...
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    I know. That's the thing I really like about this project and why I think you should go easy on the trim. Some trim to cover the tank bottom you can see trough the sides now would amplify that a bit.

    Let me ponder this... I'll get back to you


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    Very interesting. Love to see how it turns out. I don't recall seeing dimensions, how much water will this tank alone hold? That would be an awesome desktop tank. I can see attaching a sign to a corner that reads, "My other tank looks just like this - only it contains 90 gallons of water." or something like that.
    25 Gal - Tropical
    Custom made Wet/Dry/Sump Filter System, AquaClear 20 Powerhead, RenaCal Excel 300 Heater, artificial plants
    Fish - 8 Blackskirt Tetras, 4 Red Wag Platy's, Silver Hatchet, German Blue Ram, Bulldog Pleco, Assassin snail.
    "Plans go wrong for lack of advice; many advisers bring success." King Solomon.
    Pictures of my 10 Gal Sump Filtration project

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    http://amzn.com/B00325575S seems interesting. Not sure if the spread is even enough. Could be that heat is a concern but I don't think so. http://amzn.com/B007URFALU seems even more attractive. I'd try to get in touch with that company and see what they recommend. Play it right and they should be very helpful.
    http://www.finnex.net/

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    Ijankrom- 1.34 gallons!

    Talldutchie- Thanks!! I will have to look into those...

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    On second thought.. perhaps a medium light kit like the fugeray would be better. Forgot how shallow this is. Annoying, I know imperial but I think in metric.

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    Yeah... double bright would probably be more like inches-from-the-sun bright on this little tank!! LOL!!

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    Using black sand for the substrate. I know I will have to add fertilizer to it, but any plant substrate would ruin the scale in this tank. Don't want it to look like golf ball sized substrate...

    I know I am very limited in fauna due to the size of this tank... fish are definitely a no-go, shrimp are debateable in a tank this small, and I can't think of anything that wouldn't look grossly out of scale. All that to say this: I think this is going to be a plants-only tank. With that in mind do I even need a filter??

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    Dwarf baby tears as a carpet? They would look like 4 leaf clovers in the tank lol. Maybe some petite annubias nana. The plant options are soooo limited...
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