Photo #2 - Picture Of One Of The Light Dome: Put Together F...

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Photo Caption: Picture of one of the Light Dome: Put together from hardware store parts & left over electronic parts. -Gutted the stock light domes. -Replace with 2x 5300K 26W CF -1x Blue LED for the night light. -1x AMD CPU Fan for cooling the setup. -1x (taken apart) DC power supply to power the DC Fan.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55 Gal.
fish tank picture - Picture of one of the Light Dome: Put together from hardware store parts & left over electronic parts. -Gutted the stock light domes. -Replace with 2x 5300K 26W CF -1x Blue LED for the night light. -1x AMD CPU Fan for cooling the setup. -1x (taken apart) DC power supply to power the DC Fan.

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Country: Canada
Description: -Filters: Sponge filter with power head & UV sterilizer 80gl/h. Fluval 305 -2 heaters. (It gets cold in Northern Ontario) -Cheap air stone with cheap air pump. -Sand and Fluorite for substrate. -2 custom light domes. See image#2 104W total. with night LED
Advice: The net is your friend...
Fish Kept: 2x Brown Cory, 2x Calico Angel, 1x Zebra Angel, 1x Siamese algae Eater, 1x Bala Shark, 1x platy, 1x Flag Fish, 2x Rainbow Fish, 32x Royal Neon.
Corals/Plants: Coming Soon... I have to identify them...
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.
About Yourself: I'm network administrator for a school board. Got into fish keeping after bringing back 2 gold fish from a wedding party. Kept fancy gold fishes for two years. Now I'm in tropical fish and I'm just starting experimenting with plants.

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