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6 hours ago, spectra said:

Just wait you may be married someday then you wont need a heater :lol:

Well, depending on the marriage... 

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On 11/14/2018 at 3:50 PM, Lula_Mae said:

I believe full salt is known to shorten their lifespans but they certainly are an ideal size for this tank.  I love my little group of Opae ula.

 

I would also suggest a Pederson's shrimp and maybe pom pom crab.  The Pederson's will be out in the open and fun to watch.  Most pom pom crabs hide a lot but not all of them.  Some are like my Shelby and will eat other things... :unsure:

The tank is 8 cm high, 13.7 cm across and 7.5 cm deep.  That is not much real estate even for a Pederson's.  

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1 hour ago, Wingy said:

The tank is 8 cm high, 13.7 cm across and 7.5 cm deep.  That is not much real estate even for a Pederson's.  

☝️  Party pooper 

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Wow, it's even smaller than I thought. 

 

 

 

That's what she said, I mean didn't say. 

 

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sexy shrimps on a pasture of GSP.  do it.

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1 minute ago, ninjamyst said:

sexy shrimps on a pasture of GSP.  do it.

I second this! That's probably what I would do.

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Peterson's are so small, all the old farts on here need a magnifying glass. Mine was smaller than a sexy. maybe he was a male.. they tiny.

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I feel like would make a good fit for the tank. A few super small RFA'S AND SCHRIMPS !!!!!! 

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1 hour ago, Texasfan010 said:

Oh man, I need one of these lmao but my wife would kill me

Do it 

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jbb do you have yours together and running yet?  I am curious on just how much the pump moves the water and how much noise it makes.  

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10 minutes ago, Wingy said:

jbb do you have yours together and running yet?  I am curious on just how much the pump moves the water and how much noise it makes.  

Freshwater test so far is all . Flow is ok at best, found a mod on IG that is supposed to help and will he trying it in just a bit. Might make a video to show if it makes any difference.  It was noisy at first but was completely silent after just a few minutes 

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Found a heater 

 

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Oh man it fit... Lol. Are those ok to keep on their back like that? Think I remember reading that some get stuck on because of the internal mechanics if laid on their backs/sides. Dont want you to cook the little guy.

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23 minutes ago, el_ote said:

Oh man it fit... Lol. Are those ok to keep on their back like that? Think I remember reading that some get stuck on because of the internal mechanics if laid on their backs/sides. Dont want you to cook the little guy.

Doesn't say it cant be placed horizontally,  so ?‍♂️

 

Also have this one which clearly states that it is for vertical or horizontal 

 

Aqueon Mini Heater for Aquariums, 5 Watt, Under 2.5 Gallons https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DTH7F3F/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_EJI8BbRNDBEV2

 

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I am interested in this tank and am watching your progress.  

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Freshwater heater test 

 

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@NanoRox will your product fit in this lil guy ? 

 

 

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I think some thin slivers of Stax rocks would look good here !! 

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16 minutes ago, Reefkid88 said:

I think some thin slivers of Stax rocks would look good here !! 

minimum order is 5 lbs. Tank isnt 5 lbs. fullly stocked. 🤣

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