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Agreed. I use the ac110 in conjunction with my canisters as well. Best hob on the market ime.
Thanks. i found out that I will not be able to buy any more fishtanks until next year. I am breeding marbled crayfish to try and make some cash. my marbled cray is in berry. heres a link to a vid: YouTube - Marbled crayfish (pregnant)
10 gallon tank - 2 Ghost shrimp, fry, 1 Soft shell turtle, 5 crayfish, 1 baby catfish
10 gallon tank - 1 marbled crayfish in berry
50 gallon tank - 2 male guppies, 1 female guppy, 2 zebra danios, 1 pearl danio, 1 Angelfish, 1 male platy, 2 female platys, 2 silvery minnows
Pond - 1 cooter, 1 RES, 4 goldfish(my baby sis poisoned my pond)
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I would bet two canisters would be best but if cost is keeping you from getting started you might like to consider getting one canister and one powerhead (blower) to place on the other side until you can purchase the other canister filter.It would probably be good enough to get your tank cycled then just add say one type of fish. Hopefully that will buy you enough time.Perhaps a more experienced member could say whether this will work.
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