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Old 04-12-2011, 10:38 PM   #151
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haha yes great idea!
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Old 04-12-2011, 10:39 PM   #152
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I ordered 50lbs of base rock from reefcleaners. I plan to take about 10-15 lbs out of my 55g and add that to the cube. Get it to cycle quickly. And my 55g gets some new base rock too . win win lol
can't waiit to see not sure why but i love pictures of lr nd br
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Old 04-12-2011, 10:41 PM   #153
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I'll be waiting for the UPS guy by the door tomrrow LOL. I'll prob arrange the rocks like 20 times and then do it another 20 times! Haha....Can't wait.
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sounds like me when i order my rock
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haha i love pics of liverock too! I'm excited to go pick up pieces for my new pico even though it will just be a few pounds, gotta wait till they get some really nice stuff in though.
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i like it because no two pieces are alike each has different pores mabye a natural hole and i love the look of coraline
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Your starting a pico? Neat! what all can you put in that? How big is pico size?
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yupp! So excited

Kelsey's new pico :D

just started the thread...mine is 5 gallons and i think it's generally 5 or less is a pico, all depends on what each individual decides though i guess haha

Can't put much in it but i wrote what my plan is in the thread.
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Sweet. I'll go check it out now. I'm really intrigued with the tiny tanks.

Here's a shot of the cube as of now. LOL I should have used the plate method but I figured i was going slow enough. Plus I used the "live" bagged sand so that had a bunch of ilk too.

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Might as well have rinsed it first. Washed out all the nasty "bacteria" and lowered the sandstorm to a few days.

But hey, I can't talk, I did it too lol
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