BTA protection.

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Hi I’m looking at getting a BTA shortly so I wondered how best to protect it from my wavemaker? As I heard they can get sucked in if they clamber on it.


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Last Edit: Nov 4, 2019 10:56:52 pm by DUSTYBOY272

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Reply #1

What wavemaker do you have? Some manufacturers sells nem guards to cover them.

Anemone box out of a plastic hatchery?

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Reply #3

I now have a second wavemaker on the other side of the aquarium. Would the bags that come with my carbon work?


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