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[APD] Low-light plants & goldfish
A friend of mine recently converted an ancient TV into a fish tank (took
out the old tube, put in a 40gal All-Glass). This despite my attempts to
get her to throw the whole TV idea out and spend her money on a smaller,
decent plant tank set-up. So now she has the fish channel.
Unfortunately there is not enough room between the top of the old TV
housing and the aquarium for any kind of standard light fixture. She also
has gone with fancy goldfish. I am still intent on "classing up" her fish
tank so I'm up for suggestions. Looking for very low-light (the thing is
near a window...), goldfish-tolerant plants (I thought maybe some
anubias?), and possibly suggestions for lights that shine through the
*back* of the aquarium or angle down from the back corners/side. Also
maybe some more interesting fish that might work with goldfish. We are
both college students so this has to be a very budgeted operation.
Currently it's just the 40gal + a AquaClear filter (size-appropriate but
can't remember model #).
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