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Old 12-16-2013, 01:54 AM   #1
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Aquascaping for a fish only tank

Honking of just putting in stuff grin my local pet store but trying to get ideas for what to put in it that's not living besides the fish of corse so any help would be much appreciated and pictures would be awesome too just to give me any ideas thanks again!!
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Besides just putting stuff in from my local pet store sorry
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Old 12-16-2013, 02:04 AM   #3
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If you're doing FOWLR how about some macro algaes in the tank to help provide some color and break up the rock scape a bit?
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What are those
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They are basically different types of seaweed that will grow. They all have varying degrees of difficulty with some being edible and others not.

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Those are pretty cool but I would need live rock for those though what could I put in if I didn't have live rock
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What do you have so far in the tank? What about your filtration?
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You're going to want live rock. It is your friend and the main source of filtration in a sw tank. Why don't you want it?
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They are basically different types of seaweed that will grow. They all have varying degrees of difficulty with some being edible and others not.

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Do you know what that second one is called mebbid? I've never seen it before.
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Do you know what that second one is called mebbid? I've never seen it before.
This site is calling it a martian rose.

Martian Rose Macroalgae 3/4 - $22.00 : LA Reefs - Specializing in Live Coral, Macroalgae, and Inverts for Reef Aquariums
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