So I was interested in doing this because I've never done a contest like this before. Usually just the photo ones and nothing long term or that involves spending money. So I remembered a 3 gallon deco on clearance, so I'm in. I'll be doing mine on a tight budget, a good amount will come from my tank. I'm think mostly zoa's and a chalice, but I expect a birdsnest to appear sometime because I love them. They'll be no fish, only a few inverts for the cleaner crew. I'll be using the stock filter it came with, and for now the 18w CF light, though I'm upgrading the bulb. I plan to be taking pics at each step. So for the first photo, a dry tank.
11" x 8.5" x 7"
Last edited by nate_newton; 03-31-2011 at 11:53 PM.
i used to have the same one! i loved that thing! the filters got to be a pain though because i always had to order them online because local stores didn't carry them. curious to see how it works out for you!
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