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Re: small biofilters
>Can anyone suggest a good biofilter to use on a 10-gallon planted
>tank? Other than the plants themselves.
Is CO2 loss an issue? If not, you may want to try the Penguin
Biowheel Mini (I think that's what it's called - it's the smallest
model they have). I don't use the filter pads that they suggest. I
usually toss in a foam block or a nylon full of old aquarium gravel.
If you want, you can cut off the lip from the return too, so that it
doesn't creat too much surface agitation. I guess, if you do that, and
with all the talk about wet/dry's not being too bad for driving off
CO2, this might be a good option.
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