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  1. Hi All, I'm looking at making a subwassertang wall for my fluval edge (46L). Has anyone used gutterguard before for this? Would you expect this to leach anything into the tank? there are a few tetras and dwarf botia loaches in the tank. cheers
  2. Hi guys, Can anyone suggest the best way to kill off small pest snails on subwassertang? I will be soaking the subwassertang before I use it in a new tank. A fast and effective method would be great. I was thinking gassing the crap out of a small bucket with co2. But from memory snails can survive without oxygen for a while. Also thought about glutaraldehyde but don't sent to damage the subwassertang. Have also considered using copper. I would use the method of no planaria, however this method takes three days!!! Thanks, Andrew
  3. Hey guys, A little while ago I made a couple of Subwassertang branches for my wild betta tanks. Today I pulled all my tanks apart, and was really pleased with how well the Subwassertang had grown in. Unfortunately I forgot to take some photographs before I pulled them out of the tanks. But thought some people may be interested in the idea any way. I bought some small Manzanita branches and fitted some suction cups to them. Tested them to see how they look on the outside of the tank. Once in the tank, placed some Java moss and Subwassertang in the branches.
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