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Old 04-20-2012, 05:34 PM   #1
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seahorses and flow

28 gallon nano, How do I know the flow is too much in the aquarium. thought about reducing the water flow however I really do not want to cut back if I do not have too. How do I know the flow is not too much. 2 pumps at 294 GPH at a 18 inch lift. Any ideas? Seahorse have no problem hitching or catching food "on the fly" while pumps are on.
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I would say that if they are getting around with no problems then you should be OK. Just make sure they dontn look like they are being pushed around.
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