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Old 05-06-2021, 12:06 PM   #1
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Is this possible?

Iím want to make some changes to my tank layout but donít know if what Iím imagining is possible.

I want to use some of the existing gravel substrate , both to keep the BB and to make a mountain looking area to one side, and then use black sand for the rest. But how do I divide the two substrates?

Will the Anubia Frazeria plants I have do that? Also I have some DHG Iím wanting to grow, but is it possible to prevent it from carpeting the entire tank and keep it in one section of the tank?
Restarting after a long time. New tank is a 20 gallon planted tank.
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