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Old March 2nd 10, 10:33 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Yukon[_2_]
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On Mar 1, 5:47*pm, "Pszemol" wrote:
"Yukon" wrote in message

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How bulky are they?
Would they fit nicely my pico-reef made out of a regular all-glass
10 gallon tank or are they too big?


I have one in a ten gallon tank:
http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s.../Reef002-1.jpg


Do you maybe have a full-tank shot?


How are you going to deal with your algae/cyano blooms?


That is a full tank shot.


You know this, but I have trouble with my imagination looking
at this picture :-) I was thinking about something more like this:http://img213.imagevenue.com/img.php..._122_878lo.jpg

*If you look to the back left you'll see the corner.
And the pump is attached to the right wall.


Yes, but the picture seems to be cut from the right side...
Do not see the whole composition.


I'll get another pic on here today at some time.
 




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