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I hope they have this sale in the Canada Petsmarts! It’s tough for me as i usually prefer to support the mom and pop shops...but then the trade off is mom and pop shops usually cost morebabiimoore said:
I think the problem is that no filtration is going to make up for the mess a pleco makes in such a small tank. In order to keep the water quality in check, you would need to do water changes daily. At minimum!queenbetta said:i love how i asked about a filter issue and the majority of the peeps on comment on the pleco pack mentality in humans?
As long as it doesn't become "dead monster pleco in your toy tank"!! hahaqueenbetta said:i want to create a new thread 'monster pleco in your toy tank"
Impact of bubble and free surface oxygen transfer on diffused aeration systems DeMoyer 2003.NavyChief20 said:So, airstones or bubblers of any kind in the tank that add bubbles are not adding air. The air bubbles you see are not coming out of solution in the water and oxygenating. The surface agitation it causes is where gas exchange is happening and oxygenation of the water column will happen. So for anyone who buys an airstone to add more air bubbles so their fish can breathe....thats not how it works.
Lol you’d have 5 pages of why that won’t work by the end of the day. Unforunatly this happens a lot. Pet stores sell these monster fish when there babies to anybody. They put them in tanks with guppies and mollies and small fish. Newbies think that’s as big as they get and 2 months later there fish are dead. It’s great you came here now most show up as all there fish are dying. Nobody here is trying to insult you just keep you as a fish keeper. The betta community here is huge!!! I’d say close to 60%. So their will be lots of people here to answer your questions and hopefully keep that betta happy and of course you too. .queenbetta said:i want to create a new thread 'monster pleco in your toy tank"
LOL. If it's classified why are there dozens of published studies on bubble aeration vs surface aeration?NavyChief20 said:I perform it daily at work. However its classified.
Did he measure the oxygen content of the water before and after?AvalancheDave said:LOL. If it's classified why are there dozens of published studies on bubble aeration vs surface aeration?
Math isn't classified. You can use the formulas already published. No government has top secret aquarium aeration projects.
Also, please explain the results Aquarium Co-Op's experiment. Did he perform it incorrectly? Is he making stuff up? How would you correct the inadequacies in his experiment?
He used a dissolved oxygen meter to monitor in real time. I'm sure it was done in aquariums.NavyChief20 said:Did he measure the oxygen content of the water before and after?
Didnt say it was an aquarium experiment