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Old 16th November 2011   #3 (permalink)
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Although not entirely filterless. I've played with the idea of the planted tank. Any suggestions as far as substrate? My big issue is black worms... Those suckers escape in to the sand no matter what I try!

Are they really that terrible to have as a co inhabitant of my tank?

I have used flourite sand for plants and that rocked but I've heard mixed reviews in use for salamanders. I'm actually considering an ADA Substrate, with sand overtop newts aren't really diggers so I think I could handle that but my problem is if those worms will be a problem.

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