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Old 07/22/2015, 12:22 PM   #1333
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Originally Posted by DNA View Post
To follow up with my squeaky clean rocks I vacuumed the sandbed thoroughly four days in a row, just to see if detritus plays any part in how dinos resettle on the sand.

In 24 hours they are back at the same density and coverage as the the day before.

The conclusion is that detritus has no effect.


This is contradictory to the nutrients theory from oceanographers.
I'm really leaning towards 'bacterial imbalance' or some other ecological system level disturbance.
Taking a turkey baster to everything sure spreads cyano well!

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