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Old 04-06-2017, 01:32 PM   #1
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Over water surface agitation. Does it kill fish?

Recently i made a diy type spray bar. But after making it was a bit confused if there is too much agitation. And will it kill my fishes?Click image for larger version

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Completely depends on the fish. High agitation for example could stress a betta till it dies.
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Over water surface agitation. Does it kill fish?

Looking at the pics can u help me if you feel its high?Click image for larger version

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What fish?
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You have nothing to worry about. Your set up is perfectly fine.
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Looking at the pics can u help me if you feel its high?Attachment 297481


I'd have 3-4x as much as that with no issues. As people said it depends on the stock tho. Some fish don't like it. Looks like u don't have much movement tho so should be fine
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There's never too much oxygen in any tank, but too much agitation annoys a few species of fish and and can slow plant growth
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Looks fine...
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