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Old 01/19/2017, 09:31 AM   #4075
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I'd really like to have a sandbed and hopefully I can have one in the future.
Since removing it will get rid of loads of accumulated organic waste there is no choice for reefs plagued with dinos.
I'd like to stress that the rocks and other affected areas have to be dealt with as well.

Critters in the sand are very likely to help, but do they stand a chance against the dinos in the battle for organic nutrients.
An ecosystem is very complex and finding the correct balance is not easy.
That's why I would think the next logical step after the dinos are gone would be to get a large sample from nature.

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