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deepth cleaneth--of the 40B & 20L

Discussion in 'The HCRU Family Photo Album - Say Cheese.' started by HERMEZ, Feb 20, 2008.

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  1. HERMEZ

    HERMEZ Moderator

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    One casulty in each- as suspected actually since I had not seen their pinchy lil faces in awhile - I dont think my numbers dwindled this low in awhile but I dont think I am getting more---if a rare crab comes around maybe I wont resist but........

    any who here is the tanks.

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    summerluvin "Never Molted"

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    Looks beautiful. Why do you have a divider between the different substrates? Is it to keep it neat? Just curious because being a bit of a neat-freak, I don't like when my substrate looks messy. Like the crabs care!! LOL
     
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    those dividers should be lower but I had to work with what I had - yes its to keep things neat--it allows me to change one section in case I have to for whatever reason....if I have to do a deep clean and I know the crabs are in one section then I can change all the others and leave the molters be.........it comes in handy for alot of things :D

    I am OCD bordeline myself and having this hobby has broken me down a bit- blasted sand!! :eek::mad::D
     
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    Your tanks look great and I like the divider thing. I think it keeps the different types of substrate in their places. I really want to do that in my tank and make a small moss pit in each one.
     
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