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Old 01-26-2006, 01:50 AM   #1
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Cycling new 12g Nano-Cube DX (pic)

I know the rock is ridiculously too much but I purchased more rock than i need as i plan to chip and cement the rocks to death until i can create the vision i have in my head. Looking forward to having every inch of rock eventually covered with some kind of coral. The rocks are going to be strategically placed in anticipation of future coral growth. Im taking my time with this tank. As you can see from the green and purple liquids in the tubes, the cycling is happening nicely. Thats ammonia and nitrite.

The rock is from liveaquaria. Im gonna say "ehh" on its quality. Its ok, i guess. Luckily ive also got some bomb diggity branch rock from my LFS.
The future of this tank is reef with inverts and pink skunk clowns. Im going to try to get a small carpet anemone in there one day. I'll add more pics as i progress.
120 Gallon Tank undergoing restoration process
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