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Old 02-23-2009, 11:51 PM   #1
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Suggestions on new live rock layout

Hey whats up guys just got some new live rock and just set it in the tank i have a 50lbs lace rock in the middle if you can give me some ideas on how to make a nice layout please do thank you
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Old 02-24-2009, 12:49 AM   #2
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I think it looks great!
gives the tank a very nice central focus point.

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I'd suggest keeping the rock far enuf from the sides so you can clean the side glass. I prefer the front and side glass clean. Also, if you ever thing you want a pistol shrimp, I'd be sure the rock is touching the glass bottom of the tank )below the sand line). Burrowing critters can make the rock fall if you don't do it that way.

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I think it looks nice .just as said above I would make sure the lower rock is on the bottom of the tank for stability
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As Ray mentioned I would move the sides in. You`ll be able to keep the side glass clean. I keep my LR on the back glass. Forces the fish to swim out front.
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