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im trying to add just a little bit more rock to my jar. i've read that buying live rock and doing a quick RO dip would get rid of the hitchhikers... i previously did this (with live rock) at the beginning of my cycle, however my tank was NOT cycled at the time. i have 3 corals in the jar at the moment, which i plan to remove along with the already in jar rock...and i am going to re aqua-scape/glass clean so i figured this would be a good time to add a few little rocks..? thoughts? Will i be ok adding a little more rock to the jar with live rock? any advice helps thanks
I picked these up at my local PD off the 4.99 rack... decided why not, but these where not labeled and The employees were so busy I didn't even bother to ask. So here I am uploading these pictures for you guys, if you don't mind I would appreciate it if you guys could help me ID these frags so I know what I'm working with! Thanks!
Whats up, I am starting a thread to document my 4.7 gallon Pico reef build. I have kept a few reef tanks for about 2 years now. I have kept aquariums for about 18 years now. Why I choose such a small tank? I am going to school, I live in an apartment that only allows up to a 10 gallon tank. I have also kept nano reefs in the past. I got inspired buy some tanks I found on this forum and on the internet that look amazing. I find it crazy how you can create a whole underwater world in just few gallons of water. The Tank 4.7 gallon all glass aquarium from Petco only cost $50 that has an all-in-one filter, and a led light that can grow low light corals! The tank came with a pump that was only 44 gph I upgraded it to a 130 gph pump that I turned all the way down. I have kept all the original filtration and media (for now) Lighting The original lighting and ABI par38 blue tuna light blub that I bought off amazon. Live stock Has of 9/3/2017 2 margarita snail 2 Hawaiian Zebra hermit crabs 1 peppermint shrimp