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Old 04-09-2014, 04:21 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by dingusplease View Post
Yeah, I didn't know that at the time lol (everyone had said live sand was best, so I just went with it, but it seems like it's not really necessary!)

I don't know the name of my sand offhand, but it's smaller than crushed coral and larger than the super-fine stuff (it's in the middle)

Well, I have found there are two grains in the middle. One is a little larger then the fine stuff, the other you can see each individual grain. Make sense?

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