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RE: Subject: really, I am setting up a micro-tank
>Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 00:20:53 -0500
>From: "kidt cordry" <kidtt at hotmail_com>
>Subject: really, I am setting up a micro-tank
>I wasn't joking guys.
I believe you. Marine aquarists have been playing with Nano-Reef systems
>I am going to put a 3 inch fish in a 1 gal pickle jar with
>plants and I do
>want to rig a co2 line. The only tech on the tank is the air stone. No
>other filtration except the plants, cold water (room temp), sunlit, hand
>full of kitty litter clay on bottom.
>I need this to take care of the fish, a cold water europeon
>geugnen (sp) for
>a month or 2 till I can make the drive to retrieve my 55 gal.
>I'll probally put a betta or more likly a pair of drawf frogs in
>the fish moves into the 55 with my rainbows.
>any thoughts on if I should bother with co2? rot he airstone for that
>matter? if weekly water changes would be enough or if I should
>go on a 3
>day cycle? Does anyone keep this kind of fish?
Why don't you look into the Carbonator & Oxydator by Sochting of Germany.
These unique devices produce CO2 & O2 silently in the background. No
electrolysis no compressed gas no tubing. Hide them behind your decors and
it is a fully self-sustained system. Find them from our site. ; )
Edward - m3