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Old 20-04-2009, 04:35 PM   #31
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Thanks for the comparison pics. They sure look very different and have bloomed under your TLC
Good thing this fella is greedy if not also hard to keep.
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Old 20-04-2009, 09:47 PM   #32
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Look back at your tank n your rays, im thinking wut a super high bioload bro,
but with your super cleaning attitude they all look healthy2 n crystal clear water
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Look back at your tank n your rays, im thinking wut a super high bioload bro,
but with your super cleaning attitude they all look healthy2 n crystal clear water
Actually when initially setup the tank, one must be alittle hard working for the filter is not mature enough to work 100%. But once the filter mature, I tend to be alittle easy on the water change routine. But yes, rays are high bioload fishes.

For this ray tank, I'm not worry about overkilling in filtration. I got two sets of stackable OHF running in this tank. Some may ask one is enough why two? For me 2 I can distribute the weight on the bracing and also creating another source of oxygen exchange from the water outlet from both OHF. And also mech filtration also increased by 2 times where one set cant.
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