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I have a 90 gal tank with 5 redbellies , an oscar and a royal pleco. i know teveryone says oscar wont mix but it seems to be perfect with my p's

anyways i have a fluval 304, a undergravel with a power head and although i have some questions about them my main concern is with my Bio wheel filter.
It is a penguin 330 and has 2 bio wheels. these bio wheels are supposed to house good bacteria right? and good bacteria need amonia to eat right? well should i be putting amonia remover media in the caskets directly behind the bio wheels? wouldnt that take away the good bacterias food?
i can put the amoni remover media in my fluval instead, but its nice to have the options to put it in behiind the bio wheel on the penguin if it is okay?
sorry i worded it a little confusing, but help if u can
 

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An established cycled tank doesn't need ammonia removers. Unless your tank is overstocked or fed too much.
 
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