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Wanting some feedback on my different possible aquascapes. This was the tank before: I took out a massive piece of rock on the left because it took up too much of the tank and didn't leave much room for corals. It might look nice now, but is actually learned forward and shadowed most of the sand bed in front of it. The LPS have all since moved to a larger tank. This tank I am thinking will be mostly softies and some LPS such as acans or a small elegance to act as a centerpiece. I am aiming for a minimalist scape to allow more placement for corals on the sand or to have small islands. I also prefer the minimalist as the tank has no backing expect the wall behind it, which gives the tank a sense of depth. Below are some different layouts I tired. I like the idea of an arch or overhang. I also have a lot go different rocks I could break up to add to this. I am leaning towards the last one, since the rounded arch its a little more natural and it leaves the entire front and left open for islands or corals to sit on the sand. Any thoughts?
So I got some Marshall and Fiji rock from someone bought a tank from. It has been sitting for 8 months out of water and has some dried algae on it. More like some rocks are hairy but it is white and dry. Would a normal rodi water cycle then salt cycle be good enough to rid it or should I do something else? I've heard of people bleaching and giving vinegar baths, is that something I should consider? I've already pressure washed it, I still need to scrub it as well. Also was thinking of scaping like this what do you think? It will be going into a Cadlight 39 Pro. Thanks much everyone for the help
Hi guys, any help with this would be much appreciated! I started my tank just over 3 weeks ago now and the cycle seems to be going great. I started with live sand and all dry rock...however over this past week there's been bacteria/Algae growing initially on one rock and now spreading to the rest of the rock within the tank. Please help!