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Old 05-06-2013, 08:40 AM   #1
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Live rocks

Starting a 60 gallon SW tank, as of right now just buying the equipment. Any idea where is the best place to get my live rocks online and which type?
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:42 PM   #2
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You can try saltwaterfish. Com i recently ordered pre cured premium fijj live rock and i was very impressed. It came with a decent amount of coraline algae already on it and some polyps that had died because I decided to re cure it
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I used saltwaterfish.com for my tanks as well, but you might also want to look at liverocks2go.com and see if they have any better deals. You can also order macro/base rock to save yourself money if you want.
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Cool I will check that website out 2
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I used saltwaterfish.com for my tanks as well, but you might also want to look at liverocks2go.com and see if they have any better deals. You can also order macro/base rock to save yourself money if you want.
I second marco rock. We use them at the store. Great as a base ...just need to find a reliable source to seed it.
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