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Old 10-11-2011, 11:07 PM   #1
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Fuge rubble?!

What is the point of adding a couple more pounds of live rock in The form of rubble to your system? I never understood this? Is it a safe haven for copepods?
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Yes it's all beneficial, how do Copepoda live in main tank, also it more biological filtration which is awsome to have
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Ahhh I see! Thank you!
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The more surface area the better the beneficial bacteria grow and your pods will find homes in the rock as well. It's a win win situation.
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