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Old 11-15-2011, 11:24 AM   #1
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Looking for mature rock/sand to recover from power outage in NJ

So during the Halloween snow storm of '11, I lost power for 5 days during which all my fishes bit the farm, unfortunately, and it seems that I lost a lot of coralline growth as well. I'm looking for some kindly soul (preferably in Union county, NJ) who would be willing to let me take a cup of mature sand and/or a couple of rock frags to help seed the aquarium a bit.

If anyone out there is willing to lend a helping hand, drop me a PM. I'm happy to pay for the rock/sand, just need something that's fully cured and not going to introduce a ton of bad stuff into my tank.

Thanks all,
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