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What to put in the wet/dry Filter
Its been a while since I have been on this site but I have a question I cant find the answer too. I have a 35 gallon wet/dry trickle filter made by aquamiracle and I dont know what I will need as far as filter media goes. I have some floss directly below the inlet that the water goes thru prior to the bio balls but thats it. What else would you recommend?
My set up is a tropical tank with tetras and gourami's. 75gallon no plants. Thanks for your help and hope you can help! :lol:
I'd put plants in the aquarium though, a more natural look
In my 90 gallon I had 1 canister filter
before the canister I used a aquaclear 110, but that was not even needed. My plants did most of my filtering for me, plus plants are awesome to look at while fish interact with it -- very calming.
The tank in my profile is my new 5 gallon, my 90 is retired.
I would think you should be just fine :)
It sounds like your setup is fine. As long as you have foam pad and/or filter floss on the drip plate above the bio-balls or other bio-media to catch particulates (and routinely service), it should be fine.
You want to keep solid waste out of the bio-media.
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