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    …place for finicky fish to find food.  Most foods will float a slight bit, and when food is added to the aquarium many reefers will notice most of it goes directly down the overflow and gets trapped into the filtration system. By using a feeding ring the food will need to sink first a…

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    ring fits common sump holders. 200 Micron Filter Sock Filter socks come in mesh or felt and with a plastic ring or drawstring.   * Mesh: Thin, doesn't clog as easily as felt * Felt: Thicker, better at removing particles, but can clog faster * Plastic Ring:

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    …socks come in mesh or felt and with a plastic ring or draw string for differences and unique advantages. * Regular use will result in crystal clear water most convenient form of mechanical filtration. * Remove excess food, detritus, organic waste, dust and other particulates *…

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    …With flake food, it is best to use a feeding ring to contain the food from floating down an overflow, or holding the food under the water for a few seconds allowing it to rehydrate. Feeding rings work very well because you fish will eventually learn where they can find food after a couple…

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    …mesh or felt and with a plastic ring or draw string. See below for differences and unique advantages. * Mesh: Thin, doesn't clog as easily as felt * Felt: Thicker, better at removing particles, but can clog faster * Plastic Ring: attaches via ring that fits common sump holders *…

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    …Dreid foods will have a natural tendency to float until they are re-hydrated. For best results rehydrate freeze dried foods in fresh water for 2-3 minutes before feeding to the tank. * Fish: Sprinkle enough Calan-Eeze that your fish can consume within a 2 minute period into a feeding ring

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    …felt and with a plastic ring or draw string. See below for differences and unique advantages. * Mesh: Thin, doesn't clog as easily as felt * Felt: Thicker, better at removing particles, but can clog faster * Plastic Ring: attaches via ring that fits common sump holders *…

    $5.99 Regular Price: $

    …denitrification in aquaria and we believe it to be the best product available. Use of bio pellets will also remove phosphates, combined with wise food selections it can be the only type of phosphate control required.   We recommend 1 cup (236 ml) of BRS biopellets per 50 gallons of…

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