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Old 04-21-2013, 08:03 PM   #1
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Opinions and advise on keeping Mangroves in sump

I have a 55 gallon DT with a 20 gallon long as a sump/fuge. I have a sand bed, some rubble rock and cheato in the sump along with about six mangroves that are growing well. My question would be are the mangroves depleting any nutrients that my corals may need. I know they are filter feeders and these have some roots.

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