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photography of fish and algae
Our killies are yet to identified, but healthy and happy looking. One is getting rather round actually. We would like to photograph them so we can get them id'ed. I've seen some info on the web and in books, but most of it has do with f-stops and other stuff that's a little too advanced for me. We will probably have to take them out of our 20 gallons tank (which they share with our expanding mollie population) because they usually hang out in the back and the sides our our tank are slowly becoming opaque.
We are also trying to encourage algae growth with no success. We are keeping the lights on 10 to 12 hours a day like our plants prefer, but sometimes we have to turn it off on the 10 gallon tank because it gets too hot. I've been trying to persuade my mom into buying florescent lights but I'm not yet succeeding. Any ideas?
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