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post #81 of 125 Old 09-17-2012, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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That's ok then. I don't want to do anything bad for the tank or the critter. Just was not sure if that would work or not.
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That's ok then. I don't want to do anything bad for the tank or the critter. Just was not sure if that would work or not.
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Those are more suited for a small tank. Or the Mini Brittle Starfish.
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I was just looking at the red sea star. Girlfriend does not like the brittle anyway. Says its scary looking :)

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protein skimmer for saltwater aquarium

Any idea what brand this is? Im trying to find deals locally, and this is $20. Not sure if its worth it.
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Red Sea Star
Marble Sea Star
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Those are more suited for a small tank. Or the Mini Brittle Starfish.
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If you were to keep a starfish, would you have to put mesh over all the powerheads and have a secure lid on the tank like with slugs, or would they be okay?
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If you were to keep a starfish, would you have to put mesh over all the powerheads and have a secure lid on the tank like with slugs, or would they be okay?
I know they won't climb out of the water, and I've never heard of anyone covering their powerheads, but thats not a bad idea. Wonder is thats why Koralia came out with their covers. Hmm.
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protein skimmer for saltwater aquarium

Any idea what brand this is? Im trying to find deals locally, and this is $20. Not sure if its worth it.
Looks like a Seaclone. I wouldn't run a Seaclone personally.
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