Lee's Aquarium Net Breeder Box

$8.49
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Lee's Aquarium Net Breeder Box

$8.49

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Product Summary:

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Lee's Aquarium Net Breeder Box 
 
Lee’s Aquarium Net Breeder Box is ideal as a maturation tank for fry. In addition, it can also be used to isolate injured or overly aggressive fish. It features a new frame style with removable, locking legs and a fine nylon mesh net. It has been engineered to allow optimum water flow that furnishes oxygen and fresh water to the fry. The Breeder Box securely attaches to the side of the aquarium using bendable metal hangers.
 
Product Features: 
  • Multiple purposes
  • Removable locking legs
  • Allows optimum water flow 
Item Specifications:
 
Size:
6.5" long x 4.75" wide x 5.25" high
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Good idea but did not work We had a combo of 7 Guppy fry and 4 Molly fry. By morning we only had 2 alive. The fry had gotten stuck between and under the plastic frame and the net, and they weren't able to get out of it. April 9, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Absolutely Love It!!! I absolutely love this product. I am currenlty raising 5 molly fry in it. They have tons of room to swim around and grow. It keeps them out of harms way while allowing water circulation. They are also able to find food easily and its a breeze to clean. I just use a turkey baster to suck old food off the bottom. My pygmy cories also eat the old food from beneath the net, its pretty fun to watch. It was really easy to put together and I would absolutely reccomend it for raising fry. September 8, 2009
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