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    water fall feature

    needing help do i make egg crate false bottom?want to convert aquarium into aqua terrarium for water dragon..mostly water ..small land area ,many climbing branches..I have 2 fluval cannisters at my disposal..any help would be appreciated
    Posted 12-17-2009 at 04:17 PM by cruzilla cruzilla is offline
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    Rep-Cal and Herptivite

    The general rule of thumb is about 6 months. As a side note you will probably get quicker responses if you podt in thforum and not in blog.

    Posted 10-28-2009 at 04:54 PM by edwardsatc edwardsatc is offline
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    Rep-Cal and Herptivite

    Can some one tell me how long to keep Reptical and Hertivite? Before I throw it out and get new ones. PLease. I have to order some supplies and need to know if I should order more
    Posted 10-28-2009 at 01:26 AM by skunk skunk is offline
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    water feature

    Water features can be constructed simply and sturdy with good plumbing and replaceable/adjustable powerheads, 1/2 inch tubing, silicone, and a lot of parts that can be found at Lowes or home depot. I built one that trickles across layered slate and it looks great. You can get really creative with readily available materials.
    Posted 11-18-2008 at 09:29 PM by bockenstein bockenstein is offline
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    water feature

    I would recommend doing a search on water falls ... lots of people have done them.

    My personal experience is that everyone does them once or twice, then realizes they do not need them and never does them again.

    Posted 11-18-2008 at 04:32 PM by Scott Scott is offline
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    t5 light

    T5 refers to the diameter of the light.

    The "old" shoplights (larger diameter light bulb) were T12.

    T5 come in shorter lengths than T12's... my own personal opinion is that a T5 is likely overkill for a 10g tank.

    [edit: and no - you'll not find this one at Lowes. It's more of a hobbyist specialty light.]

    Posted 10-14-2008 at 01:12 PM by Scott Scott is offline
    Updated 10-14-2008 at 02:13 PM by Scott
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    t5 light

    May wnat to post in the forums or do a search. T5 to my understanding is a little new so my not be in the chain stores yet.
    Posted 10-08-2008 at 03:06 AM by kyle1745 kyle1745 is offline
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