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> A friend, Jim Fong, does a neat job by just siliconeing glass dividers
> into 10G tanks, but the heat from a heater isn't well distributed, if
> you have to use one. Many of us in CA don't.
Yea, I don't have to worry about heat either, but I was worried about co2
flow, and not needing double filtration like Jeremy ran into. What worked
for me was siliconeing two strips of glass that were short of meeting, one
on the front and one on the back. Then between the two glass strips
silicone a strip of the nylon mesh you put in window screens to keep out
bugs. It's like a buck a yard at your hardware store and useful for
everything from dividers to fences on open top tanks, to car dividers to
keeps the cats in the back seat while driving cross country.
This list has been really helpful for someone who has never had killifish
before. Thanks from a lurker. If anyone knows of a killifish society (or
even a freshwater society) in LA maybe you could contact me off list, as I
haven't found one yet, but it must exist.
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