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Old 01-23-2005, 02:11 PM   #1
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Pod questions

When doing my water change yesterday - I also cleaned my fluval. It is filled with pods. Any advice on how I get these into my main tank? (had one crawl on my arm - CREEPY)
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Put your hand back in there and let as many as possible crawl on you, and rinse your hand in the tank.

Seriously tho, after observing similar thing here, I am incline to say that if there are some in your filter system, odds are that you will find them all over your tank too. You reaaaaally have to look close. 8O

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Could you use a brine shrimp net to get them out and then into your tank?

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Thanks Serge, I think having one of those creepy crawlers on me is enough!!
JG - can't net them cause I can't really see them. They are in the baskets with my live rock. I tried loading the rock without the baskets, but got too many microbubbles. I was just checking to see if anyone else had any experience with this.

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