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Old 05-21-2004, 01:03 PM   #1
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has any one heard of texas holey rock? using it in saltwater

I was going to keep my tank freshwater but my daughter loves nemo so much that I think it will be a kick to go salt and get a few clowns. I had purchased some holey rock for my new cichlid tank but now I wonder if it is possible to use it in salt tank. please advise me if this is possible?
29g freshwater, native Ohio fish (only blue gill right now, I lost my walleye and perch) Going back go cichlids soon!
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