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one more question
If my filter puts alot of waves and some bubbles in the water do i really need the air bubbler???
Depends on the fish you have and how much oxygen they need. But in most cases I would say no, as water falling into a pool (dams, water falls, filters) is one way to oxygenate water. If you have Oscars, or other fish that I have been told need high oxygen than possibly not.
- 55 Gal x2, 30 Gal, 20 Gal, 20 Long, 10 Gal x 3, 2.5 Gal, 1 Gal
- 4 Beta's, 3 Pleco's, 4 Convicts, 4 Fire Belly Toads, 4 Serpe Tetras, 3 Angel Fish, 5 Tiger Barbs, 2 Rosey Barbs, 2 Cherry Barbs, 2 Odessa Barbs, 2 YoYo Loaches, 3 Ottos, 2 Yellow Labs, 2 Snails, 1 Black Tiger Barb, 1 Pictus Cat, 1 Balla Shark, 1 Rainbow Shark, 1 Ghost Shrimp, 1 Oscar, 2 Chinease Algea Eater,2 Tadpoles
- 4 Ferrets,3 Gerbils, 2 Cats, 1 Dog
- 1 Child, 1 Girlfriend
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I only use an airstone at night, since my tanks are all planted somewhat heavily. For a non-planted tank, I've never had to use any air bubbles. HOB filters normally oxygenate the water thoroughly
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