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Old 12-28-2004, 09:04 PM   #11
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It works for me. My gobies dig under it and all. I just put the larger pieces on the base. I don't have any small pieces with other rocks stacked on them, they are all on top. Seemed to make sense that the larger pieces with more surface area wouldn't shift, and it's held true so far.

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It's not that much work to clear a space of sand and put a piece of base rock down on or very near the bottom. At the very least you should press the rock down into the sand to seat it and prevent it from moving too much.

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