Moonlighting Help 

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I have noticed loads of people going on about moonlighting in there tanks, and as I have it in 2 of my tanks I add input where I can.

I have found these beauty's

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There waterproof and suckers on the back are a sealed unit and are fairly cheap at £8.00. They give off a deeper blur glow than the picture show and a really funky in the tank, I will get pictures in my tank when it goes dark as it's still a bit bright right now to get good pictures.

I'm got these because my shrimps seem to really really appreciate the moonlight in the tanks I have it in. I'm going to add these to the 4foot tank I'm currently renovating
 

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Where in the UK did you get these from... ebay.. etc, (link)
Im in somerset and this would be a cool addition to the tank...
cheers Deano
 
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I got it from a local garden centre and now stupidly done have the pacaging, BUT i'm going back and getting some more at the weekend! so will get you all the details you need!
 

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Any update on the details???

Cheers
 
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Deano_ said:
Any update on the details???

Cheers
I went to the garden centre to buy more for my new tank plus get you the details and buy loads of other stuff, BUT the garden centre id overhauling there fish department so everything is in storage > I will keep checking in on them tho for us


Marina do some but I know this was not the marina ones



These are the ones
 
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