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Old 07/02/2005, 06:54 AM   #11
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Originally posted by Samala
I think its interesting that you are using sunlight for the tank.. since its on the small side, how do you deal with heat problems? I imagine the solar load on the tank is enough to raise/lower the water temperature a degree or two Celcius.
Sarah, it is located in an air-conditioned room. The water temperature is stablilized at 24.5C for most of the time. With direct sunlight from noon to 5:00pm, the temperature may rise up to 27C before sunset.

I also like your tank's setup, with so many different seagrass species, it has a very high potential for aquascaping like the freshwater planted tank

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