Hi, Just had a crisis on the weekend, I set up my tank last week, and tied some moss to a log, using hairnet from boots. All seemed well until.... I came in on Sunday night and immeadiately realised the moss was no longer attached. Looking about the tank I found the hairnet had become dislodged and took the moss with it. It however also had taken 2 of my Bristlenose catfish. They where completely tangled and imobolised in the net, which had become tightly snagged around the entire fish. Fortuntely, the fish where still alive albeit very distresed, finding it impossible to shake them free, I removed them from the tank and begun an operation of cutting them free from the hairnet with some pointy scissors. It took a few minutes to remove all the net, which had become snagged around the mouth, spines on the head and fins of the bristlenose. After putting the fish back in the tank, it seemed my "animal hospital" exploits had been in vain, as the larger female was lying on its side panting heavily and not moving. Happy everafter however, feeding after work today, the fish is back out and after its usual pellets. The other fish, I'm still not certain as its one of four baby bristle noses, and I'm yet to see them altogether in one place. Not sure what the moral is to this, maybe bristlenoses dont mix with hairnet, maybe the hairnet was not secured well enough. Anyway I thought it was best people share in my embaresment, and maybe learn something from my experience.