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Old 04-14-2006, 04:36 PM   #11
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heres some pics. the sand got all stired up when i moved it and i didnt notice these dark spots until a couple of days later. it just looks bad and i was concerned what the problems could be. i also noticed some sand that had turned greyish blask under some rocks as i was tearing it down and thought it may be a concern as well. i really dont know much about fine sand. i have used a more corse form of argonite.

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change, change substrate, substrate

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