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  1. We are after as many aquarium plant images that we can get, doing so will assist us in completing the aquarium plant database.

    https://barrreport.com/threads/aquatic-plant-images-wanted.14374/
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should I use wet dry or switch to canister filtration?

Discussion in 'Are you new to aquatic plants? Start here' started by Noelle, Jan 15, 2014.

  1. shoggoth43

    shoggoth43 Lifetime Charter Member
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    The hardest part on the wet/dry is clearance on the top to let you reach in to get at the pads for replacement. Some manufacturers make this easier than others. Just having a constant level in the main tank and a clear water surface is worth the minor drawbacks though.
     
  2. Noelle

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    Hi guys! I am getting closer--you were right, Gerry, in saying I need to break things into parts--it is helpful. I would really like to get that contact info you spoke of for your lfs/sump builder. Thank you and can't wait to post a pic of everything set up and running!!

    Noelle
     
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    I searched but couldn't find these articles? Do you have a link?


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