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Discussion in 'Carbon Dioxide (CO2)' started by oswoldy, 11 Sep 2009.

  1. oswoldy

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    Looks fine to me :) the bubbles look like they are being blown around the tank, which is the important thing.

    Sam
     
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    They are probably a lot smaller by then so most of the Co2 should have dissolved.

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    lime green is the colour you really want to be aiming for, maybe even getting yellowish just before the co2 switches off. obviously as long as the fish seem fine with it.
     
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    Hi Mike
    Looks fine to me.
    I run mine even lighter than that and the fish are not complaining...........yet :lol:

    Chris
     

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