12-18-2011, 06:08 PM #11
It would have to be something that creates a stand off that keeps it away from the head entirely.
12-18-2011, 08:44 PM #12
maybe just some kind of screen? You'd have to clean it every so often, but he couldn't get pulled thru but water could...
12-18-2011, 08:58 PM #13
I am thinking about this plastic grid type item that people use to knit with. I can't think of what it is called, my grandmother used to use it and weave yarn through it to make tissue boxes and other such things. Maybe that would work?8 tanks running now:
1x 220 gallon, 2x55 gallon, 1x40 gallon long, 1x29 gallon, 1x20 gallon long, 1x5.5 gallon, 1x2 gallon
Gouramis, barbs, rasboras, plecos, corys, tetras, fancy guppies, swordtails, ottos, rainbow shark, upside-down catfish, snails, and Max and Sparkles the bettas.
12-18-2011, 10:12 PM #14
12-19-2011, 12:05 PM #15
Sorry for you loss. I'm shocked a koralia got it, they usually are pretty safe for inverts. The directional pumps like the maxi jets are what I've always heard of being dangerous to inverts.
You could try wrapping it in clear plastic screen. http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/store/...ing-7-x-3.html I use it for a cover on the tank, but it could easily wrap around a power head
29 gallon-planted community
20 long frag tank
75 gal-planted goldfish
75 gallon mixed reef with 20 gallon sump