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So, I was doing a little research about neolamprologus multifasciatus and the colonies they establish. I read a small piece of the article talking about how the long that owned them would deep clean the sand, move around the shells, and reset the colony (just moving the shells around and rearranging the sand to a leveled height) about every 4 or so months. It stated that it would keep them doing work and have a continuous job. If anyone has done this, did it work out good, and is it recommended?