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Old 11-15-2012, 05:10 PM   #1
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So I uprooted my Tiger Lilly in my dirted shrimp tank and I broke the sand cap layer and now dirt has spilled all over my tank and there is no longer a sand cap to hold down the dirt. The tank is about 6-8 months old, what should I do? I can't siphon because there are so many baby shrimps. Should I scrap it and start all over? More importantly does the exposed soil pose any threat to my cherry shrimp?
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