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upside down jellyfish tanks

PostPosted: 03 Dec 2016, 01:14
by DerrickMazur
I was wondering if anyone had any safe designs for upside down jellyfish in a standard aquarium. I was thinking of just screening off a section of the tank. Does anyone have any better option to protect the jellies from getting sucked into the return/ from the powerhead. Or does anyone have any used and proved diy tanks they use for them. Any help is appreciated.

Cheers,
Derrick

Re: upside down jellyfish tanks

PostPosted: 08 Dec 2016, 21:02
by DerrickMazur
I will give myself an answer...

What I have been seeing is either a simple screen off of a section of a traditional tank. Pretty simple and effective. It is not the most aesthetically pleasing though.
Another way is to over the filter intakes by some sort of guard you can buy. Also pretty simple.
Those are what I have seen being used.
I am also curious to the best/easiest type of filtration of these guys.. I have ideas in mind but have never kept this species.

Derrick