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Old 09-06-2006, 11:13 AM   #11
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It does subdue the light a bit IMO. I didn't realize algae blennies were jumpers.
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Yea i have read that they are and plus i dont wanna risk anything jumping ... but before i saw this pic i went to home depot and got that exact stuff there in ur pic ... so im glad now i just need to know what u used to cut it ... thanks

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You can probably cut it with a razor blade.
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I just used some wire snips. You could use nail clippers too.
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My blenny has never jumped. Anybody else had a blenny jump.
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Old 09-07-2006, 02:44 AM   #16
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Well maybe i made that up but im sure some of the fish i will get have a chance of jumping so im not gonna risk it and i already bought it so why not make a cover
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I've never had a blenny jump either. Just wrasses.
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