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ugf (GREG)

Posted By: animal
Date: Tuesday, 16 July 2002, at 2:06 a.m.


In most of your post you seem to be a ugf kinda of tank keeper. Could you please explain why you think that a ugf is important. What are the pros and cons of this system? Are there differences in substrate that can allow for the use of?

Have you noticed at what age the clowns have been intolerant to light? It seems that at a young age they are not as affected.

What type of envirioment do you think best accomodates there natural home (speaking of seasons)? Do you make any changes to replicate them?

Please keep your tongue in your cheek:) Also forgive grammer errors:) most do.

PS Greying and water changes have gained merit in my book. Look forward to seeing your artical on a DYI skimmer made from a plastic jug.

PS PS Do you find that having too many air bubbles in the tank cause problems for the fish? if so how do you keep the water flow and reduce the bubbles ( sunken power head or an over reaactive filtration system )?

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