Discussion in 'Fish Disease Treatment and Diagnosis' started by Jeffdstafford, Nov 30, 2016.
This still has me chuckling
I zip tie the brs netting to the bottom of eggcrate for my QT
You could always hit up homedepot or lowes and make a window screen for a bit cheaper. You don't need it to not block out light or anything and it will allow for gas exchange. Might compare pricing, but I think it's a bit cheaper
Or that works too
I'm such a doofus, why didn't I think of that.. Obviously too simple so it fly right over me!
Awesome suggestion, thanks!
I was thinking tarp the exposed wood with some netting cutouts so the wood wouldn't fall apart from salt exposure, but egg crate and netting is so much easier
me too. I didn't think of that either! And I've even done that at the store! Man oh man it's been a long day
Long day indeed.. Thank goodness for the group think-tank here!
Forgot to post this today, found this dude last night...a flat worm about an inch long, anyone know what it is?
Nevermind, should have taken 5 seconds to Google BEFORE posting.. It's a polyclad flatworm, sounds like another unwelcome guest
That giant worm thing was also a bobbit worm.
This is just pure art
Hey was it difficult to make that cut out in the screen? Do the elbows/frame need a lit of modifications to work in reverse?
great job! I'm not sure about that flatworm and if it's bad.... but we can ask @Lionfish Lair as I bet she would know!
Get it oooooooooout!
Ahhh see? Confirmation is nice
It's a Phrikoceros species and more than likely a P. mopsus.
Not difficult at all, just had to use the Dremel to file down a couple parts on the elbows to use them in reverse, otherwise super easy
Well luckily it was just floating in the tank and I grabbed it!
They swim. :-/
Ahhh, well that makes them even worse!!
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