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  #12  
Old March 4th 08, 01:00 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.callahans,alt.support.boy-lovers
Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)[_7_]
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Default DSB..duh I got my anal beads and sand beds mixed upfolks!..bwaaahahahahahahah

On Mar 3, 5:30*pm, Wayne Sallee wrote:
I have experimented with a bare bottom, and have
found it to be interesting, but not as good in the
long run.

I have found that while having a refugium with deep
sand bead is beneficial, the remote deep sand bead
is not able to do the same as a deep sand bead
located in the main aquarium where the action is at.

Wayne Sallee


Mark Cooper wrote on 3/1/2008 12:25 PM:



KurtG wrote in
:


Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? *I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads
since I got it. *I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.


--Kurt


I have gone without a dsb and have had much better results. They are
fine if you have the right maintenance, but without the right setup it's
a detritus sink. I read a thread on Reef Frontiers where Anthony Calfo
discussed that the successful dsb tanks have great flow, a great
skimmer, and a balance of bioload, cleanup crew and dsb fauna. He stated
that for most hobbyists it will save a lot of headaches if you go ssb or
bb.


He recommends the remote dsb as a trouble free option while reaping the
benefits of a dsb.- Hide quoted text -


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duh no wonder here we have one dumbass running a sand "bead" where
others are usuing a sand "bed"..see what did I tell you about this
group being full of dumbasses! I bet this dumbass has his anal beads
mixed up with his sand be, so I sure hope he does not try and cram a
sand bed up his poop chute.but then againb it may be the norm for this
clown.
  #13  
Old March 4th 08, 03:08 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.callahans,alt.support.boy-lovers
bobandcarole[_42_]
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Default DSB..duh I got my anal beads and sand beds mixed upfolks!..bwaaahahahahahahah

On Mar 3, 7:00�pm, "Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)"
wrote:
On Mar 3, 5:30�pm, Wayne Sallee wrote:





I have experimented with a bare bottom, and have
found it to be interesting, but not as good in the
long run.


I have found that while having a refugium with deep
sand bead is beneficial, the remote deep sand bead
is not able to do the same as a deep sand bead
located in the main aquarium where the action is at.


Wayne Sallee


Mark Cooper wrote on 3/1/2008 12:25 PM:


KurtG wrote in
:


Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? �I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads
since I got it. �I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.


--Kurt


I have gone without a dsb and have had much better results. They are
fine if you have the right maintenance, but without the right setup it's
a detritus sink. I read a thread on Reef Frontiers where Anthony Calfo
discussed that the successful dsb tanks have great flow, a great
skimmer, and a balance of bioload, cleanup crew and dsb fauna. He stated
that for most hobbyists it will save a lot of headaches if you go ssb or
bb.


He recommends the remote dsb as a trouble free option while reaping the
benefits of a dsb.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


duh no wonder �here we have one dumbass running a sand "bead" �where
others are usuing a sand "bed"..see what did I tell you about this
group being full of dumbasses! �I bet this dumbass has his anal beads
mixed up with his sand be, so I sure hope he does not try and cram a
sand bed up his poop chute.but then againb it may be the norm for this
clown.

LOL!!!!!!!!
  #14  
Old March 4th 08, 12:58 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Wayne Sallee
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Mark Cooper wrote on 3/1/2008 12:25 PM:
He stated
that for most hobbyists it will save a lot of headaches if you go ssb


The idea of deliberately trying to keep the sand
very shallow, ie ShallowSandBed, in order to prevent
it from being a deep sand bead is foolishness.

Wayne Sallee

  #15  
Old March 4th 08, 01:01 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Wayne Sallee
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Default DSB

Of course it would help if I'd stop spelling "bed"
wrong. :-)

Wayne Sallee

  #16  
Old March 5th 08, 11:29 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.callahans,alt.support.boy-lovers
Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)[_7_]
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Default DSB..duh I got my anal beads and sand beds mixed upfolks!..bwaaahahahahahahah

On Mar 3, 8:08*pm, bobandcarole wrote:
On Mar 3, 7:00�pm, "Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)"



wrote:
On Mar 3, 5:30�pm, Wayne Sallee wrote:


I have experimented with a bare bottom, and have
found it to be interesting, but not as good in the
long run.


I have found that while having a refugium with deep
sand bead is beneficial, the remote deep sand bead
is not able to do the same as a deep sand bead
located in the main aquarium where the action is at.


Wayne Sallee


Mark Cooper wrote on 3/1/2008 12:25 PM:


KurtG wrote in
:


Any good recommendations for Detritus build-up? �I inherited a 100
gallon tank with a DSB, but I've been battling high nutrient loads
since I got it. �I suspect that the DSB is loaded with detritus.


--Kurt


I have gone without a dsb and have had much better results. They are
fine if you have the right maintenance, but without the right setup it's
a detritus sink. I read a thread on Reef Frontiers where Anthony Calfo
discussed that the successful dsb tanks have great flow, a great
skimmer, and a balance of bioload, cleanup crew and dsb fauna. He stated
that for most hobbyists it will save a lot of headaches if you go ssb or
bb.


He recommends the remote dsb as a trouble free option while reaping the
benefits of a dsb.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


duh no wonder �here we have one dumbass running a sand "bead" �where
others are usuing a sand "bed"..see what did I tell you about this
group being full of dumbasses! �I bet this dumbass has his anal beads
mixed up with his sand be, so I sure hope he does not try and cram a
sand bed up his poop chute.but then againb it may be the norm for this
clown.


LOL!!!!!!!!- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


How many times do I have to keep correcting the ****ing subject?
****ing children need to leave their wanking hands off the subject.
  #17  
Old June 3rd 11, 06:10 PM
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I adulation watching them if diving in the keyes or off miami, so I got a brace for my aquarium. I was acquisitive that I could pair them, but they fought so I bare to abstracted them. I may try if I get a 180.
 




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