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Old 12-21-2011, 03:21 PM   #11
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looks super clean, nice....
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Animal-Chin - Thank you - any advice on additions - or a good place to find LR?
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Check a good lfs for live rock. I wouldn't go on Craigslist unless you really trust the seller because the tank could have been dosed with copper upon many other bad things. If your looking for base rock, which is a LOT cheaper, but not live of course, go on reefcleaners.com. Its very porous and will gain the bacteria from the other rocks.
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needmorecowbell - thank you for the advice. After looking at the pics - how much more rock do you suggest? I have about 100 lbs now.
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You need at least 100 more pounds IMO
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No problem! About 1lb per gallon is recommended, the more the better though. 400lbs is the most I would put in..
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well if the tank is a year old and stablized (I'm assuming it is) I'd start adding some nice fish to that bad boy. A few nice Tangs or something. It looks like it needs some fish swimming around.
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