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Old 10-20-2004, 06:31 PM   #1
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Least Flaky Live Rock?

Out all the different types. Which is usually the least flaky, I am looking for something that is not going to fragment all over the bottom of my tank.
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Honestly the fiji and FL rock that I have seen have both been fairly unflaky. Now if you go banging on it with a hammer or something chunks will break off but it wont flake off in thin layers or anything.
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I'd say any aquacultured rock is usually more dense and less flaky
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