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Old 04-24-2006, 08:58 PM   #11
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Can I still put a cleanup crew in my tank if I am using crushed coral? Do the snails, crabs, and things like an Urchin need sand or is the CC ok? I am considering switching to sand. If I do switch does anybody have recommendations as to what to use? I read on here the article on how to switch and also about Yard right/old castle sand, should I use any “live sand” or just the dry?
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