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Postby conor » Fri May 09, 2008 10:24 am

River rock :thumb:
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Postby willyt » Sat May 10, 2008 10:29 pm

I have a 90 gl Tang tank, previously kept Malawi. I used alot of Lace rock. It is attractive but all the crevices in the surface hold alot of sediment and debris. I have stated weeding it out and replacing it with Texas holly rock. Interesting rock with numerous holes and tunnels. It also has a haed smooth surface. Another thing that i have experienced with Lace rock is that it becomes pretty brittle after a long period....... I also have a very large piece of Floida field stone, a type of lime rock, helps with the ph with no problems,,,, 2 years in the tank, now.
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Postby Matt54 » Mon May 12, 2008 1:56 pm

Pics from the lake:
http://www.tanganjikazucht.de/pics/reis ... amaswa.jpg
http://www.tanganjikazucht.de/pics/reis ... imaswa.jpg[/quote]

so what type of rock is in the picture ???
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Postby Rick_Lindsey » Mon May 12, 2008 3:25 pm

Matt54 wrote:Pics from the lake:
http://www.tanganjikazucht.de/pics/reis ... amaswa.jpg
http://www.tanganjikazucht.de/pics/reis ... imaswa.jpg

so what type of rock is in the picture ???


Bigger-than-will-fit-in-my-tank rocks ;)

-Rick (the armchair aquarist)
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Postby Reel North » Mon May 12, 2008 6:51 pm

I use river rocks. I boil water and fill a bucket, and leave em. Then I do it again. Twice. Then I put em in the tank. No problems. Price is good as well!!!!
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