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|Subject: fry saver used as an egg tumbler? Sun Aug 17, 2014 9:56 pm|| |
Has anyone used one of those hang on the side of tank fry savers - as an egg tumbler? The one I'm talking about uses an air uplift tube to draw water into the small compartment and then runs back into the main tank. It resembles a hang-on filter only it is entirely clear. It was designed to put guppy fry etc in so they wouldn't get eaten. It has a relatively low waterflow. I am wondering if it might work as an egg tumbler? How much agitation does an egg tumbler need?
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|Subject: Re: fry saver used as an egg tumbler? Mon Aug 18, 2014 7:41 am|| |
yeah, they work well, but you need more water movement in there so add a gentle airstone in there as well
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|Subject: Re: fry saver used as an egg tumbler? Fri May 15, 2015 11:28 pm|| |
I used it exactly as Doug described with good rrsults.
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