Mol_PMB's Maldivian Biotope

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Re: Mol_PMB's Maldivian Biotope

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I think snail pics will be in order, young man..... ;) :D

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The C3.5 are good once you get them bed in. As I'm sure you already know, leave it with the cup off running for a day or two just to bed in ( clean it with RO water before plonking it in )
I found once you get them right, they are very stable and rather quiet :)

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plankton wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:06 am
I think snail pics will be in order, young man..... ;) :D
Needless to say they have mostly scarpered!


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Re: Mol_PMB's Maldivian Biotope

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Here’s a better pic of a trochus in the display tank:

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