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    This HOG1x is on large sump, and is probably too small to do enough filtering, but could be plenty of food-growing if the inside wet part (with growth) is placed into the display once a week for an overnight feeding:

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    This HOG1x is on the glass of a small freshwater tank, and sometimes the fish will learn to pull and eat the growth out of the circulation holes; if they don't, you can just open the Hog and let the fish in to eat. Snails too, of course.

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    This HOG1x scrubber® from saltwater is (once again) mostly Cladophora with a little Ulva Fasciata on the bottom.

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    The slim thickness of the HOG1x (same as HOG1 and HOG.5) allows it to slide down into tight compartments.

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