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    Default Adding sand to ABG substrate

    I have a bioactive vivarium that my two Fowlerís toadlets will be moving into soon. Itís been set up for 3 weeks so Iím giving it another 3. Iíve read that Fowlerís like to burrow in sandy areas and I often see them around my local beaches. Can I mix in some playsand to the substrate without compromising the quality for the springtails/isopods/ plants? The substrate is currently made up of the following: Fir bark, calcined clay, blended spaghnum, charcoal, cypress mulch, coco fiber.
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