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Old 08-09-2009, 12:17 AM   #1
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Not enough room?

Ok so I know I've asked this question before, but it just seems like there's to much rock in my aquarium now (I had 100 pounds and now that I've added the 30 pounds it brings it to 130 obviously) and the Wrasse doesn't seem to happy about the obstructional swimming space now.
I just added the 30 pounds... so judging by my picture what do you guys say? Unfortunately I have little room in the refugium because it's already loaded up with rock and macroalgae
It's a 100 gallon tank btw.

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get some of your unattractive pieces and pulverize them into base rock...
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or just let the wrasse deal with it... cause i think it looks perfectly fine btw...
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Thanks, yeah I do like the way I have it setup. It took me about a million tries to finally get it this way :P

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Love your setup stratmaster. I think you should keep it the way it is. Definitely.
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Love your setup stratmaster. I think you should keep it the way it is. Definitely.
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Leave it alone like they they said. Awesome scape.
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I am will the gang. Lots of room for even me to swim in that tank. Looks great!
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looks fantastic - very natural looking!
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If you want more swimming space, rearrange the rock into more of a mound formation along the back wall.. front for swimming, back for architecture
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