Show me your sand bed please :)

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I agree, yours looks fantastic. I actually have about 180 lbs of that sand ready to go into my new setup. I like the different sizes and shells that you can see in it. I'm excited to get mine in the tank and I hope it looks as nice as yours.
Thank you. Yes please show us when you set up yours :)
 
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I have a mix of pretty chunky crushed coral and regular argonite from caribsea. I bought back my old setup and they switched to a thick crushed coral. I was worried it would trap nitrate like gravel so I mixed in regular argonite. I have several snails that keep it clean and stirred up

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How old are these tanks? Things are still looking pretty sterile.
Mine is 7 months old. At one point I got home from vacation and the sand looked horrible after a cyano outbreak. That eventually cleared itself up, and then I credit this guy for constantly keeping my sand bed clean:
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Mine is 7 months old. At one point I got home from vacation and the sand looked horrible after a cyano outbreak. That eventually cleared itself up, and then I credit this guy for constantly keeping my sand bed clean:
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Is that an sleeper goby? I see them for sale all the time but wasnt sure how good a job it would do
 
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I have a mix of pretty chunky crushed coral and regular argonite from caribsea. I bought back my old setup and they switched to a thick crushed coral. I was worried it would trap nitrate like gravel so I mixed in regular argonite. I have several snails that keep it clean and stirred up

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It looks really clean. May I see it up close?
 
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