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02-09-2011, 09:52 PM
Originally Posted by MizTanks
With the amount of research I've done, I could probably write a book of more questions on any given subject. Still for me, seeing and hearing what others have done, are doing, helps more because I'm an *on the job training* person.
With that said, I'm still looking for what others use, have used and what they've found to be the best. I read an article on Reef-Eden about the benefits of a DSB and the types of substrates that work best. Very informative but a little overwhelming.
Anyways I want the best substrate for the my tank. For the critters that live within it and for those who like to sift through it.
Well, if you're looking for a substrate for critters to live within and sift through, you are pretty much limited to sand. CC which is the only other option doesn't really provide a liveable environment. That means you need to decide between a DSB and a SSB. Most research I've done on DSBs indicated that they have very limited benefits in a small tank, although I do run them in a couple 20gal Longs. Be careful with the "sifters" as they can often be detrimental to your sandbed.
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