Tank Crit section, Nano section

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    Hi Rory
    How about getting a criticism section under the freshwater tank discussion forum and maybe a Nano tank subforum on the
    Member Sytems?
     
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    I would definitely like to see a nano section. I've been planning a tank to put on my desk at work for months now :)
     
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    What is the maximum size tank that would be considered a Nano? 40l?

    I've also found it interesting to note that Nano tanks seem to a bit taller than the normal (standard) size tanks if you look at their preportions.
     
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    I would say 50L and down.

    I like nano cubes more than normal tank preportions
     
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    I think 30l is still nano, but it really depends on what you do with the tank.
    Unfortunately we're not allowed to talk about the best inhabitants for nano tanks :(
     
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    There are still loads of fish that are actually known as nano fish.
     
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    That is true, and I'm in the process of trying to find some myself. Hopefully I'll be able to get some microrasboras this month :)
     
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    Which ones?

    Overseas site called Franks aquarium has a nano section that is really great.

    And some very interestin fish.
     
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    Care to share a link?
    I'm mostly interested in Microrasbora Kubotai, I think they look great in a heavily planted tank. But I'll be adding some Galaxy Rasboras too if I can get hold of a group of them.
     
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