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Re: [APD] Re: New set-up
I always thought that a 40 breeder would make a good planted tank.
You have a lot of room for front to back and (at least I could) work
in the center with diving in..
hmm.. maybe I need a planted tank big enough to dive into for maintaince.
On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 12:11:19 -0500, Diane Brown <debunix at well_com> wrote:
> If you're looking for shallower tanks with a bigger planting surface vs
> taller narrower tanks, consider asking about "breeder" tanks--they tend
> to come in standard lengths & widths so they can take the same hoods as
> typical 55s, 75s, 90s, etc, and they may be in stock at larger stores.
> I've been watching a friend's fishroom this week and a couple of times
> had reason to reach to the bottom of a 75G and a 120G tank....not
> something I'd want to do on a regular basis tending my garden, even
> with long forceps & tweezers. When I move & can finally get a larger
> tank or two, I'm going shallow!
> Diane Brown in St. Louis
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