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    It is been two months now and I have to say I do...

    It is been two months now and I have to say I do like the screen better. Better flow, smaller size, easier to clean. The only down side is that it does not seem to host as many microbes as a sponge...
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    I had the same problem with my canister filter on...

    I had the same problem with my canister filter on my 20 long. I pointed the holes in my spray bar towards the glass (which slowed down the current), and angled them upwards so there is still good...
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    Well, good luck with your financial stuff, hope...

    Well, good luck with your financial stuff, hope everything turns out ok. :)
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    One pro not mentioned on sponge pre-filters is...

    One pro not mentioned on sponge pre-filters is that they host beneficial microbes that a) help with biological filtration, and b) shrimp like to dine on those microbes.

    With that being said,...
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    Oops. Sorry h4n. I guess I didn't scroll down...

    Oops. Sorry h4n. I guess I didn't scroll down far enough, only saw the caves. :)
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    I think the term you are looking for is biotope? ...

    I think the term you are looking for is biotope? I would start with the fish you would want to keep, since your fish selection is more limited. Once you have the fish, research where they are from,...
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    The more I think about it a 55g might be too...

    The more I think about it a 55g might be too small. 55g are 12" wide. A scat could barely turn around in there. 75g or 125g might be more like it.
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    Any community tank fish should work. Maybe...

    Any community tank fish should work. Maybe something like adding...

    4+ Cory cats for the bottom
    a Nerita snail for the algae

    I think there should be plenty of room and filtration for the...
  9. Couple of thoughts. 1). Keeping shrimp and maybe...

    Couple of thoughts. 1). Keeping shrimp and maybe a snail in there would control your algae. When I added 7 orange neos to my 20g long tank, which gets a bit of indirect sunlight, all algae was...
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    I just added a sponge prefilter to my Canister...

    I just added a sponge prefilter to my Canister Filter intake a few days ago, using something similar to what SueD pointed you to, that I found at the LFS. I used a few clean rubber bands to keep...
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    My understanding is that Scats and Monos get...

    My understanding is that Scats and Monos get pretty big and need larger tanks. Up to 12" for Scats and up to 8" for Monos. At that size I would think 55g at a minimum, but the fish would be more...
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