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Nano and Pico Tank Sizes

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I guess Nanos are becoming not so Nano any more ... and I see a lot of 40B's that are being referred to as Nanos but I agree maybe there should be a category called " Small Reef" in addition to Nano, and Pico, and maybe even Femto :)
Yes I agree, it's a bit like mobile phones, the "in-thing" was smaller phones as technology developed, next thing you know our mobile phones are almost the size of tablets
 
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Personally, I don't really see the utility of categorizing tanks as pico, nano or otherwise - the exception being to be able to navigate to forum threads that are regarding tanks that are in a specific size range.

Other than that, pico compared to what? Nano compared to what? I would submit that any tank, even the mult-million gallon tanks in public aquariums are "pico" compared to the natural habitat from which the inhabitants are collected.
 

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