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Re: Plants for a shiner tank
Hmm, let me put that in better word. Maintenence isn't the real phrasing
I'd intended, as they're prity minimal where that is. Perhaps
inconveinent is a better word. Fishes that dig will ruin the filter
quickly. Fry and such can easily get under the plate. The filters get
stuck up easily, and so on and so on.
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On Fri, 7 Aug 1998, Josh Wiegert wrote:
> My main problem isn't that they're not good filters -- they are, and can
> profide good filtration. However, I just think that the level of
> maintainense required is too high.
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