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Old 05-09-2014, 04:44 AM   #11
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Darylb that looks amazing... And thanks for instructions Mr x I shall follow them and hopefully get the tank started off today or tomorrow when I get some ro water sorted,

Ingy the rocks sure are to the base, I figured digging may produce problems from experience with my mbuna tank

Thanks for all the advice guys youve Ade it much easier for me

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Looking good!! Send updated pics!
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Only just started to fill it so not much has changed except the scaping

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And another one made a few swim through and hole's /archs

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Toss in an ammonia source like a raw cocktail shrimp or even some pure ammonia and wait. You don't need to seed the rock with live rock. This rock will become live on it's own. the term "live" just means it's got beneficial bacteria on it. The hitch hikers and algae that comes with live rock aren't necessary for a successful tank, and are in some cases, unwelcome.
SHHH!
You are revealing that without any hitchhikers, "live rock" and "live sand" are a scam.
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