12-06-2009, 09:08 PM
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Originally Posted by bettababy
All great answers! Sorry for the delay in my reply, I have not been feeling well.
I don't see a need for extra aeration in your tank unless you are running it at high temperatures (over 80F) or if filtration circulation is low... but a good point was made about quarantine systems and potential need for it in there. Knowing you are working with a planted tank, a quarantine tank is a good thing to have on hand. If at some point later you find the need to use medications for sick fish, I would surely be suggesting quarantine to avoid damaging/harming the plants. In quarantine, sponge filters, which require the use of air pump, would be your best bet.
MoneyMitch, I would appreciate if you would reserve sarcasm to pm's or take up any issues you may have with me directly with me and/or the mod staff. As was mentioned, without asking enough of the right questions, there is no way to provide accurate and thorough answers that actually help others.
well just through "my personal Experience" which is what this thread is all about i was just making a personall conclusion and sharing it with everyone on here. and its not really a issue at all just a observation that i made public. dont know why you would get so defensive about something so small??? pretty funny how everyone on here gets so worked up over such little things.