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YES I meant 40 gallon. Sorry. That would be a horrifying thought 3 axies in a 4 gallon aquarium. I would have a filter for up to 50 gallons and wouldn't mind doing 50% percent water changes weekly.Demeter said:Did you mean 40gal? If so then possibly but I'd think 2 would be better in the average 40gal tank.
I was thinking marine land 200 because it has a place for a sponge to be added if the current is too strong.david1978 said:
What cartridge are you referring to?david1978 said:I very dislike cartridge type filters. Very small media compartment. The cartridges need replaced every year were the big sponges last for 5+ years.
Oh okay yeah I'm well prepared for that.david1978 said:Marineland Penguin Power Filter Cartridge Rite-Size C, 3 Count, Replacement Cartridge For Aquarium Filtration https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003SNCEZU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_jVLkEb01CEPE3
This is all they use for filter media.
I had 3 in my 55 for a while. The people I got em from suposedly had 7 at one point in a 55. But from the conditions of everything they gave me 7 most def was way to many. When I had 3 I was doing weekly water changes with heavy vacumes. I have a marine land canister and 2 hob aqueon 30s the currents are all suppressed by plants. I also have a long air stone. I only have 2 in my 55 and my water parameters stay awesome. I'd say if it's like a 40 breeder they should so awesome. As long as the tank is cycled and regularly maintenance is carried outAmunetDeVawn said:Would a 4 Gallon tank be large enough for 3 axolotls to live happily?