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Old 01-09-2012, 09:23 PM   #1
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Unexpected 10 gallon tank.....questions

Ok, stupid me put a bi color dottyback in with my purple psuedochromis....... long story short the bi color got his tail bitten off! So now I have the little guy in a 10 gallon tank, he's doing fine, and now I'm thinking of keeping the tank going for him! I have a hang on filter going ( it's a bigger size than 10 gallon, not sure what) will that be enough? do I need a powerhead in that small a tank?
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