Re: NANFA-- filters

Doug Mainor (
Wed, 18 Jun 2003 08:51:36 -0700 (PDT)

Go with the sponge filter. They are inexpensive, do a
great job and you can even bury them in a pile of
rocks so they look unobtrusive. I have a similiar set
up in my native 29G, a weak power filter, a power head
to circulate water for the darters, and a spong filter
buried under a pile of riverstone. They all seem to
be doing very well. I keep a sunfish, some golden
topminnows, some mosquito fish and a few OrangeThroats
in there. There is even a couple of bluefin Killis
and 1 juvenile florida flagfish.

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