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Need help to find a center peice fish for 60G
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PostPosted: 2012.04.01(Sun)1:46    Post subject: Reply with quote

joelswoboda wrote:
By using a tape measure...????? A equalateral hexagon has the diminsions I posted. One measurement, lets call it depth, would be from the middle of a side to the oposite side. The other, we will call it length, would be from one "corner" to the oposite "corner."

You usually calculate a hex by taking the length of each side and the height -you didn't say it was equilateral or which was the height Laughing

Plants will be tricky in that water depth. Easier to grow plants like java fern or anubias on wood. How many sides is it viewable from?
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