andy g <>
Fri, 14 May 2004 15:06:15 -0700
the current set up I use is a pair of stainless steel heavy gauge wires
attached to an audio cable with crocodile clips and fed into a small mixer.
scruffy but it works.
one thing that concerns me slightly is that I know this is a very sensitive
fish. can any of the fishy experts out there confirm that this method in no
way troubles the creature? in an installation I am putting on very soon the
fish will be monitored several hours a day for 3 months - though I aim to an
experienced aquarist tending the fish on a regular basis.
simon, I couldn't open the link you posted. my browser said the page cannot
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