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Looking for pictures of shallow sandbeds


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    Wy Renegade - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Looking for pictures of shallow sandbeds

    I'm looking for pictures of tanks (whole tank or area shot) that shows the following substrates for an article I'm working on.

    Bare-bottom

    Calcium Carbonate gravel

    Crushed Shell

    Deep Sandbed

    Shallow Sandbed

    and any alternative materials that individuals have used for substrate with an explaination of why it was chosen and the benefits it provides.

    Pictures will be credited to the photographer of course.

    Thanks
    I collect PEs, and I'm always looking to trade for ones I don't have yet.

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    cg5071 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    hmm what happened? lol It looks like you have 3-4 of the same post.


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    Wy Renegade - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by cg5071 View Post
    hmm what happened? lol It looks like you have 3-4 of the same post.
    very similar but with slightly different titles - posted a single thread a week ago, and got only one hit. Hoping with more specific titles to get the ball rolling on this. I would like to get this article finished up this week.
    I collect PEs, and I'm always looking to trade for ones I don't have yet.

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    cg5071 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Ok. I do see a little difference now I should be able to get those pics tomorrow.


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    cg5071 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Sent you an email.


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