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 #7209  by deedee71
 27 Apr 2019 19:42
I have a twelve litre setup with four opaeula, one is berried but I want a little tank, so have bought a 1 US gallon size glass bowl from Tesco, which they called a vase, lol, and a bag of coral sand, some shells to hide in and under, some lava rock and a plastic fan.

Photo for interest :sweat_smile:
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 #7215  by deedee71
 27 Apr 2019 20:49
Lol nice lamps hehehe. Yes I hate it when the water clouds up with the coral sand. Thanks, I will give it a wash. :smile:
I think I will seed it with some substrate and lava rock from the existing tank.
 #7249  by odin
 03 May 2019 18:53
The macro algae helps remove the Nitrates and keeps the water quality good, means you will get higher chances of breeding. :smile: