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Old 01-26-2014, 07:42 PM   #2171
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JessicaFish - What are the floating mesh cylinders for?
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JessicaFish - What are the floating mesh cylinders for?
Im guessing for the fish to swim through.
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Old 01-26-2014, 09:03 PM   #2173
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They are resting places, so the fish can rest closer to the surface. Pretty sure, but not 100%
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They are resting places, so the fish can rest closer to the surface. Pretty sure, but not 100%

I was thinking the same thing and the mesh would offer a sense of security/cover. Idk.
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This is my tank , after doing some research I'm planning on changing to a dirt substrate in the near future. Still undecided on gravel or sand above the dirt layer.

In a dirted tank sand may be the better option. If you use gravel use a fine grade. Otherwise you may get a lot of dirt in your water column and start an algae bloom. AFAIK.
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