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Kissy

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I need to design and build an experiment tank for my research project. I've got most of it down but I need to make two holding sections within a glass aquarium that are opaque so you can't see in, but is permeable so water can flow through. It doesn't need to be a high flow, but the holes need to be VERY VERY tiny. Any ideas? And where did our DIY section go?

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How long do you have to set this up? When I had the store bought aqaurium divider in my tank, the aglage grew on it REALLY fast and before long you couldn't see through it at all. Alternately, maybe you can buy one of them and use some type of aquarium safe paint on it?

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A natural fabric may collect bacteria and rot. How about a fiberglass fabric? Woven, waterproof, sturdy. Tap Plastics Fiberglass Fabric. How do you intend on mounting a flexible fabric?

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I like lynda's idea but wonder how you would place it in there...what I was thinking is a thick plexi you can get cut for you then melt holes with a safety pin in it...What I did for a fry bin in my 80 gal tank..

Which Im waiting for the breeding again :)

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