12-10-2006, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by breadandbutter
its 15l. the goldfish aren't in the same tank btw.
yes it has done cycling and it has been running for about 4 weeks. how can i do undergravel filtering in a biorb?
the people at the fish shop said it wouldn't be overpopulated but its annoying that the tank was advertised as having amazing filtration but its like it is.
how much does a one of those filter's cost and would it easily fit?
Filters are great if only used properly. Overstocking the tank, turning it off at nights, etc. are signs that it is not being used properly.
I did a Google search on Biorb
and finally found out what they look like. The type of filter looks like a UGF (UnderGravel Filter)..
The tube is then covered with gravel, so it's just a small, simple form of a UGF (UnderGravel filter). You can probably add a small HOB filter, but it would ruin the looks of the tank.
Just curious...How often do you do water changes? Do you clean up the fish waste on the bottom?