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Old 07-28-2004, 08:56 AM   #1
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crabs and snails in sump

Just wondering if anyone has tried keeping crabs or snails in their sump to eat detritus. Seems like a too high flow of an area to me. Do you think it would work? Thanks...Lando

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Yes, if your sump has a refugium part or live rock instead of bio balls then you can, once I removed my bio balls, I placed a couple in my sump and the snails are reproducing like crazy.

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