yea, we're floridians and hear your dilemma.. if only those chiller units weren't so expensive. any fans for it?tony said:Thank you, but i don't have a choice i only have a 30 gallon and a 100g, and i bought the goldfish not knowing that they would get to be 6 inches, so i moved them to my 100g tank that is on my porch, and that is where i have to put my pleco. The big problem is that i live in Florida, so obviously, it gets extremely hot outside (about 95+ degrees F on an average summer day and 70-80 in the winter) but they are in the shade of my porch which will only get to maybe 70-75, i feel bad keeping them out there, but they can't go anywhere else, except in the neighbors pond where they would be eaten by the bass.
yea, we don't have a big cooling off at night here. (at times that's nice and at times you'd LOVE a real cool night after a sweltering hot day)tony said:In late evening it may get down to about 75-80 degrees F, but probably more 75 than 80. Florida known to be very hot because of the humidity more than anything else, and obviously humidity is not a factor underwater, but it is still hot.