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I'm using my Fluval 125 to (hopefully) breed peppermints/ other bristlenose. I've got in there the filter which came with the tank which has been great for me although I'm starting to question whether I'd be better off with a sponge filter for the
has anhttp://cgi.ebay.co.uk/36-Foam-Filter-Pads-For-Hagen-Fluval-3-Plus-BEST-DEAL_W0QQitemZ260531132159QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item3ca8dd96ffyone one used these before as i am thinking of trying them outcheers colin.
Hello all - I can see you're all as passionate as me about your fish, conditions etc. As par for the course I like to replace kikt well before it fails - my heater is changed yearly for example. I have a large external fluval filter which has been
Since Curby said I should dust off my 125L and have a go at breeding I thought I had better get cycling, so I just bought a second hand Fluval 4 plus off Ebay. Before I bid I sent a message to the seller and asked if it had the venturi valve and he
Hello, I will be visiting San Fran from Seattle in the beginning of October. Up here in Seattle, there aren't any suiseki-type clubs. I have been trying to search the internet for the webpage of the San Fran Suiseki Club, but can't find
I notice that the new Fluval U4 can be bought more cheaply than the older 4 Plus. Why is this? I see the polyester is attached to a carbon pad which could mean expensive replacements, but I guess you can just use polyester if you wanted to. Why are the ol