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that's a good point. I used 2" pipe (i think) which is pretty wide. My cherry barbs love it and can really go sailing thru it so I would imagine they push some water around in there that and I have a 'chimey' like extension that should allow the water to move up as well. Putting 'holes' every couple inches as well should help. Dremel and a torch work there.
well i have admit i would be using fairly large 4"-2" sections of it for cichlids.... but i have just visited my local landscaping yard/store.. and found some petrafied wood in various sizes and mexican river rocks in black and Colorado rainbow river rock all for about 16cents a lb.. i want my tank to be mostly blacks and grey... i am wondering about how one safely makes sure rocks are ok for your tank.. also is petrified wood lighter than river rock?...
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