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Old 06-03-2004, 10:56 PM   #1
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Carib Sea Reef Rock

Anyone ever used Carib Sea Reef Rock? If so, how do you like it? Do you have any pictures in tank?
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Is that a company, or are you talkng about rock from the Carribean?
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Old 06-04-2004, 11:43 AM   #4
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Caribsea Reef rock is a dry base rock. Much like the Hirocks.com product. Never used it myself so I cannot offer an opinion.

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I purchased some Caribsea Reef Bones. I was very satisfied with them. It is reef rock that comes in various size pieces, some quite large. It appeared to have been recently pulled from the water. It had to be cured and the coralline that was on them revived as well as some other unidentified life.

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Nevermind, it just became a non issue. I just spoke with the person I am buying the aquarium from (off e-Bay) and he said he has tons of base rock; which was live but is now dry. He'll sell me enough to fill the whole tank for $20.
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Nevermind, it just became a non issue. I just spoke with the person I am buying the aquarium from (off e-Bay) and he said he has tons of base rock; which was live but is now dry. He'll sell me enough to fill the whole tank for $20.
Just an update. I brought the tank home yesterday and it looks fantastic. Also, I was able to get 115 lbs of base rock which was live reef rock which was allowed to dry out when the previous owner got temporarily out of the hobby. He is much more limited on space now and will be doing a smaller tank so most of the rocks he had will be too large for his next setup. I was happy to help him get rid of them.

I am working on getting the glass clean now (don't worry, no windex) and will be placing the rocks afterwards. I'll post a picture when I get a chance.
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