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RE: gsneegas at juno_com (Garold W. Sneegas):


I would love to see a picture of this when your done.

Why aluminum? Plexiglas/lexan is pretty strong (also
fairly inert I believe).

Bill Edwards
Survey Research Laboratory
Arizona State University

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> From:	robertrice at juno_com [SMTP:robertrice at juno_com]
> Sent:	Wednesday, June 18, 1997 10:35 AM
> To:	nanf at actwin_com; Bill.White at 110_sunshine.com
> Subject:	gsneegas at juno_com (Garold W. Sneegas):
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> From: gsneegas at juno_com (Garold W. Sneegas)
> To: nanfa at aquaria_net
> Subject: 
> Date: Wed, 18 Jun 1997 14:02:42 EDT
> Message-ID: <19970618.130401.7103.0.GSneegas at juno_com>
> I am in the process of constructing an aquarium which will somewhat
> model
> a stream environment. I am wanting to construct a backdrop of a cut
> stream bank and am wanting to use an aluminum expanded lath to support
> small gravel. 
> Does anyone of know if any potential problems with submerging aluminum
> in
> an aquarium? I,ve noticed a lot of fish hanging around empty beer cans
> in
> some of the streams I've been in.
> Garold
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