Live Rock ????
- Hi. My name is Jeff, 37, and I live in Herndon,
Va. I had saltwater aquariums when I was a kid, 20
years ago. For Christmas this year my girlfriend gave
me a large gift certificate for Petco with which to
purchase an aquarium, etc. and start a salt water tank. I
have begun reading books and web sites and understand
that "live rock" is the way to go nowadays. Here's my
dilemna: My girl doesn't think live rock tanks look nice
and wants a tank with dead rock/coral only. I would
like to try one with only live rock. The tank is going
in "our" livingroom, so I am trying to compromise.
My question is, is it beneficial to have some live
rock in the tank with dead, maybe a 50/50 ratio, or is
it an all or nothing situation with regard to
getting all the beneficial effects of the live rock?
Thanks for you help. Jeff
- Thats great to hear Pepsi. I have been working on getting some new photos
of the maroon clowns as the larger one has a much more pronounced gold
stripe now. I also got some of the Southdown sand a few months back and
seeded it with SLS sand from www.candybass.com
Post pics of your DSB if you can. I will be updating the photo section
At 05:40 AM 5/15/2002 +0000, you wrote:
>Hey FFreek its been quite a while since I got back to this site. I
>love the color of your maroon clown fish. I'd love to have a gold
>bar maroon clown but just don't have a tank to put him in. I have 3
>clowns in my 75 g tank already. My DSB is doing great. How is your
>tank doing. Now that I have used the DSB I wouldn't use anything
>else, its much better than cc. I could really use a couple of bags of
>SD but I guess I'll just buy some from the lfs, I don't need much for
>a 30 g tank.
>--- In virginiamarineaquariums@y..., va_fish_freek wrote:
> > <a href=http://vafishfreek.com/updatedphotos/maroonclown0.jpg
>r><br>Just wanted to share with everyone.<br><br>I love the colors on
>this maroon clown.
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