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sand and fluorite in San DiegoRe: [APD] Help, please
I have some fine river sand, gravel, and 15# of
fluorite for sale here in San Diego. Also some
aquaclear filters and 10, 15(drilled), and 20(long)
gal tanks. Give me a call, make me an offer. Thanks.
--- "S. Hieber" <shieber at yahoo_com> wrote:
> 32W is pretty lean lighting for a 70g. I'd want at
> about 3 times that much.
> The 32W is a T8, i.e. about 48"? You could probably
> fit a
> pair of 55W PCs or surely a 96w PC in the hood.
> Should be
> an easy conversion with an AHSupply.com kit.
> The sand, if it is any finer than the Fluorite, will
> probably work its way to the bottom over a short
> IF the sand is finer, then you might try Onyx Sand,
> is finer than Flourite, for the substrate layer
> instead of
> Flourite and you might keep the play sand on top
> that way.
> The plants you suggest sound good for a start but
> try diff
> things and see what likes the tank and your
> Scott H.
> --- "auntie_fran at netzero.net"
> <auntie_fran at netzero.net>
> > I'm about to set up a low-light (the tank came
> with an
> > AllGlass 32W Aquarium Bulb), low maintenance 70G
> tank. I
> > can upgrade the bulb now, but not the fixture.
> I'd like
> > to have some plants -- Anubias, Crypts, Aponogeton
> > any other low-light plants you'd care to
> > Substrate will be about 2 1/2" of Flourite at the
> > tapering to 1" at the front and all topped with
> > playground sand. Inhabitants will be a few gold
> > severums, a snowball pleco, and a big shoal of
> cories (to
> > keep the bottom tidy). I'm open to any and all
> > suggestions for plants and future upgrade on the
> > Thanks so much for your help.
> > Fran
> > Growing old is inevitable; growing up is optional.
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