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Old 11-19-2011, 06:16 PM   #461
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I just plan to epoxy the really tall island I'm Gunna have for my Lps. You don't have to have it but it's good to have if your rocks don't fit quite right in one spot.
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for what its worth, i havent glued or epoxied any of my rock. i move things around too much for that.
+1. Plus my rock is too big/heavy. I have a 54lb rock. I can barely lift it out- let alone with more on it
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Old 11-19-2011, 06:18 PM   #463
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i wiggle test. most times the rocks link or lock together. this is why im interested in the reef saver rock hes getting from brs.

my star didnt move the rock. i hear turbo snails are bulldozers in a tank. i dont have any but it would be interesting to see how me not gluing would hold up to one.
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Old 11-19-2011, 06:19 PM   #464
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Yeah reef saver is supposed to lock like a puzzle.
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Old 11-20-2011, 11:01 AM   #465
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I'm still debating the mandarin. My lfs dude said that they WILL eat prepared. If I do ever get it I'm going to watch it eat before I buy. Either way I think I'm going to get a pod population established. Any links/suggestions?
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Art they very difficult fish to keep? Super cool though!!
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Art they very difficult fish to keep? Super cool though!!
VERY. They usually only eat live food. But other that that there very hardy.
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Ohh really? Cool! Its tge mandarine goby right?
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Yep! Or mandarin dragonette.
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I'm still debating the mandarin. My lfs dude said that they WILL eat prepared. If I do ever get it I'm going to watch it eat before I buy. Either way I think I'm going to get a pod population established. Any links/suggestions?
Very smart. I heard even if they are eating prepared, they can revert back to pods only at any time.
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