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snowflake ell, June 22, 2011
Posted February 16, 2012
Why do you uSe tonga branching rock?
I love branching rock . Y u don't
i think it would look better if you but the branching rock in or behind the other rock. i personally dont like seeing the "trunk".
Was the rock you put in there live or dry?
Did you cover the bulkhead in silicone?
I used dead live rock , yea 1 bulkhead was leaking so I covered it with silicone So I covered both
ah well I guess that works then. Cool. Nice drain though! Are you not worried about snails crawling in and reducing flow, causing a flood?
Posted February 17, 2012
No I tested it out with a rock , and my hand . I'm going to put some type of net to stop any thing from going in there
What lighting are you using?
i have a aquastyle 24 dimmable led set up i just need to make some thing to hand it from . do you think i can use 3/4 pvc pipe to hang it from
somthing like this?
do's any one now if home depot or lows bends metal pipes ?
Posted February 18, 2012
im going to upgrad to this skimmers
I should too.
how much do you think it costed them to make just one skimmer
thats just a skimmer gezzy
Posted February 19, 2012
You used dry rock,so there's nothing in there, I think?
the wasnt dry i got it from a nother tank . and got the algea off it and let it cure in a tubawear and i used life sand and i put dead shrimp in there 2
think its done cycling
That was pretty quick then.
how long has the tank been up? the cycle might have not even started yet.
i think 2 weaks let me cheak
hmm, then i would say its done cycling. but i would wait another week before adding anything.
i wasnt going to add any thing till the 4th. but i wanted to add so live rock cover in coraline and a few mushrooms .is it better to add coral frist or fish/inverts frist?
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