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Old 10-11-2007, 04:39 PM   #1
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To Much Stress For Fish

I really don't like the way my liverock is set up in my tank. I have a bit of base rock I would like to get rid of. Would it be too much stress on my fish to remove some of the base rock and sorta reaquascape my tank?
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Old 10-11-2007, 04:55 PM   #2
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If the fish are healthy, showing no signs of fin damage or spots...I would think it's fine. I moved my stuff around for quite a while until I got it where I wanted it. Nobody seemed any worse for the wear.
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I agree, I even sifted out the CC from the sand in my tank with about 5 fish in the tank.
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This is a good Question Cause i want to do the same thing thanks!
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What aquascape or remove CC?
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You`ll be OK just make sure you have some fresh SW around in case of a mini spike.
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