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Mike U October 16th, 2015 11:24 AM

Shrimp and ActivFlora™ Planted Aquarium Substrate
 
I am planning to put together a 33 Gallon Long tank very soon... The tank will have some driftwood (cured) a good amount of plants. I am looking to have Corydora's as my bottom dweller along with Bamboo shrimp & Rabit snails.... Mid line would be a schooling type zebra (danio) fish...

My question is I was going to use ActivFlora™ Planted Aquarium Substrate...

Here's the Elemental Analysis
Aluminum ..................10210
Magnesium .............. 2281
Barium ..........................124
Manganese .....................64
Calcium..........................195
Sodium.........................223
Cobalt...............................6
Nickel............................12
Chromium........................13
Vanadium.......................15
Copper ............................17
Zinc...............................29
Iron.............................18500
Units=mg/kg
Potassium .................. 2195


It contains some copper-- is there enough cooper to harm/stress or kill these Invertebrates? Any thoughts?


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