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  • Melithaea ochracea

    Description. Colonies of Melithaea ochracea are arborescent and usually grow to about 20 cm (8 in) long although much larger specimens can be found. They grow in one plane and have a branching fan-shaped structure. The main skeletal stalk and branches are jointed with swellings at the larger joints.

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  • SWAPPING OUT CRUSHED CORAL FOR LIVE SAND.

    22-05-2009 · I have a 55 gal aga long that currently has crushed coral in itI also currently have a 29 gal bio cube thats 2.5 years old with a fine sand bed approx 4.5 inches deep.What I want to do is remove the crushed coral and substitute it with the sand from the 29 bio cube. I am having a hard tim

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  • Crushing crushed coral

    06-02-2012 · Hey guys I'm pretty new to the saltwater game. So heres my question. Is there a way to crush crushed coral sand to make it into a finer grain sand? My girlfriend says I should throw it in the blender. I bought 100lbs of crushed coral sand online but it's not as fine as I had imagined it would

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  • SWAPPING OUT CRUSHED CORAL FOR LIVE SAND.

    22-05-2009 · I have a 55 gal aga long that currently has crushed coral in itI also currently have a 29 gal bio cube thats 2.5 years old with a fine sand bed approx 4.5 inches deep.What I want to do is remove the crushed coral and substitute it with the sand from the 29 bio cube. I am having a hard tim

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  • replacing crushed coral with live sand

    14-04-2011 · replacing crushed coral with live sand Discussion in ' Sand ' started by tharsis Apr 12 2011Join 3reef now to remove this notice and enjoy 3reef

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  • Using Oyster Shell in Your Garden

    Apply the crushed shells over your garden in thick layers depending on how much you need. When used for garden plants about four to six pounds per 100 square feet is ideal. Although when used as a mulch layers about two inches thick are best. After adding oyster shell to

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  • Coral sand

    Coral sand is a collection of sand of particles originating in tropical and sub-tropical marine environments from bioerosion of limestone skeletal material of marine organisms.One example of this process is that of parrot fishes which bite off pieces of coral digest the living tissue and excrete the inorganic component as silt and sand.However the term "coral" in coral sand is used loosely

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  • Aquascaping Elements: Planted Aquarium Substrate

    02-03-2016 · The aquarium substrate can be inert (gravel sand clay etc.) or it can be active and directly affect the pH and KH (carbonate hardness) of your water like fluorite soil crushed coral peat etc. For example crushed coral is known to raise the pH and KH (perfect for some types of cichlids or a saltwater tank) whilst peat moss (decomposed moss matter) is known to lower the pH.

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  • Crushed Coral to Sand. How should i do it?!?!?1

    25-09-2013 · So I have crushed coral and at first I loved it; I didn't have problems but i just did a 20% water change and my nitrates really didn't change too much and im starting to get nervous about what everyone says with it being a nitrate factory. How should i go about switching my substrate so i don't

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  • Calculate gravel and sand coverage in a rectangular aquarium

    The number in square brackets to the right of the gravel name is the gravel specific gravity or relative density as compared to pure water. (1) m = ρ × V and (2) V = l × w × h where ρ is the density V — volume m — weight (or mass) and h is the height of gravel; l and w and are the length and width of a base of an aquarium

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  • Aquarium Chemistry: Calcite Aragonite Limestone and

    Crushed coral gravels. In light of the fact that stony corals use aragonite to build their skeletons it should make perfect sense that any bags of gravel labeled “crushed coral” are in fact bags of aragonite. However I’ve also seen many bags of crushed coral gravel that were actually bags of dolomite (it said so right on the bags).

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  • Crushing crushed coral

    06-02-2012 · Hey guys I'm pretty new to the saltwater game. So heres my question. Is there a way to crush crushed coral sand to make it into a finer grain sand? My girlfriend says I should throw it in the blender. I bought 100lbs of crushed coral sand online but it's not as fine as I had imagined it would

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  • Using Crushed Coral To Add Calcium To Freshwater Tank

    Using crushed coral to add calcium to freshwater tank? I've noticed my large apple snail starting to devolpe little white chips in his shell. I was having a problem with low pH (around 6.4) so I knew it was starting to effect his shell.

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  • DIY

    You could substitute this with whatever substrate you are using: gravel crushed coral or sand. Initially the silicone did not hold that well so I then put some more on and added more crushed coral. I had a silk plant lying around so I cut it up and stuck it into the silicone as well.

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  • Sand or Crushed Coral?

    23-08-2012 · Ok so I'm researching all about live sand vs. reef grade dry sand and crushed coral (aragonite). I am setting up a 28g nano tank and planning to use a combination of live sand and dry sand just to kick start the sand bed with bacterial growth. I was wondering if it's worth throwing some crushed

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  • DIY

    You could substitute this with whatever substrate you are using: gravel crushed coral or sand. Initially the silicone did not hold that well so I then put some more on and added more crushed coral. I had a silk plant lying around so I cut it up and stuck it into the silicone as well.

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  • Aquascaping Elements: Planted Aquarium Substrate

    02-03-2016 · The aquarium substrate can be inert (gravel sand clay etc.) or it can be active and directly affect the pH and KH (carbonate hardness) of your water like fluorite soil crushed coral peat etc. For example crushed coral is known to raise the pH and KH (perfect for some types of cichlids or a saltwater tank) whilst peat moss (decomposed moss matter) is known to lower the pH.

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  • Crushed Coral to Sand. How should i do it?!?!?1

    25-09-2013 · So I have crushed coral and at first I loved it; I didn't have problems but i just did a 20% water change and my nitrates really didn't change too much and im starting to get nervous about what everyone says with it being a nitrate factory. How should i go about switching my substrate so i don't

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  • What is Concrete Sand?

    06-03-2020 · There are many types of sand stone and other substances that are used as aggregates in construction but concrete sand is different from other materials in a few crucial ways. Its smaller grain size compared to things like crushed stone means that the material is more suitable for creating smoother pavement.

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  • smashing crushed coral into sand

    23-07-2020 · smashing crushed coral into sand. Grind crushed coral into sand. 21/5/2015· Used the garbage disposal to grind this up. *UNBOXING* LIVE tropical FISH from SURINAME PIRAIBA fish SERRATUS pleco BROKOPONDO peacock bass - Duration: 28:50. PREDATORY FINS 172923 views.

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  • All About Arena Sand

    Rock quarries crush rock into various sizes. The smallest particles are called fines and are sold as ‘manufactured sand’ ‘man-made sand’ ‘crusher fines’ or ‘stone dust.’ These particles range from 5 mm to fine dust are sharp and will tightly compact if used alone. The mineral composition can range widely.

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  • from crush coral to live sand

    14-01-2012 · I need some advise or help.I have my tank with crush coral and would like to change it to live sand. I have 2 clowns1 yellow tank a few snails and crabs 4 coral frags and a brain.how can I go by doing this with out the risk of kiiling anything .can I just added on top of the crush coral or

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  • smashing crushed coral into sand

    Can I smash up the crushed coral into tiny pieces place this in my tank then place 1 orGetting to the Bottom of Aquarium Sand and other Substrates 20 Apr 2013 Some common types include aragonite crushed coral or coral sand and crushed seashells of various grain sizes. Aragonite is

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  • Choosing a Freshwater Aquarium Substrate

    16-06-2021 · It also gives a salt water “feel” to a fresh water aquarium. If you need the buffering that crushed coral provides but your fish prefer sand you can use coral sand as your substrate. One major problem with crushed coral relates to its light coloration which again does not hide dirt and debris. This can be remedied by frequent vacuuming.

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  • DIY

    You could substitute this with whatever substrate you are using: gravel crushed coral or sand. Initially the silicone did not hold that well so I then put some more on and added more crushed coral. I had a silk plant lying around so I cut it up and stuck it into the silicone as well.

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  • What Is Silica Sand How Is It Different From Regular Sand?

    How Silica Sand Is Different From Regular Sand. Regular sand also known as feldspathic sand brown sand or construction sand will always contain some silica but only in amounts less than 95%. For example typical brown sand used for concrete appliions can contain up to 80% SiO2 along with varying amounts of iron carbonate potassium

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  • Anyone Ever Crushed Coral Gravel Into Sand?

    09-08-2007 · Walmart at least used to sell play sand that was safe to use for like $2 for a 20 LBS bag. By the time you figure out what your time is worth in order to crush the coral down it would be much cheaper to jst buy some sand. You could even sell the crushed coral on ebay or the forum to someone doing a fish only set up if you can't return it.

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  • Different Types of Sand and What They Should be Used for

    Jointing sand used for paving and patio joints childrens sand pits and golf bunkers. Artificial Sand – Crushed Stone Sand M Sand. If you have already read through the above type of sand you should now have guessed that artificial sand (or M sand – manufactured sand) is named as such as it’s artificially created and not naturally sourced.

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  • Volume to Weight conversions for sands gravels and substrates

    1 cubic inch of Gravel Dolomite weighs 1.07804 ounce [oz] 1 cubic foot of Gravel Dolomite weighs 116.42815 pounds [lbs] Gravel Dolomite weighs 1.87 gram per cubic centimeter or 1 865 kilogram per cubic meter i.e. density of gravel Dolomite is equal to 1 865 kg/m³. In Imperial or US customary measurement system the density is equal to 116

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  • replacing crushed coral with live sand

    14-04-2011 · replacing crushed coral with live sand Discussion in ' Sand ' started by tharsis Apr 12 2011Join 3reef now to remove this notice and enjoy 3reef

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