Biocube 32 scape

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  1. Dustinba

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    well you know what they say, you are usually never satisfied with your rockscape, and currently I’m debating mine.

    There are a lot of unique rocks in here, so I was finding making this aqua scape a little challenging. I have 2 hydor nano pumps that I was going to place on the back wall facing towards the front.

    I’m just thinking I may have flow problems in the back end. What do you all think?

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    Dustinba Active Member

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    I also kept that small rock in the front for an isolated gsp island
     
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    I'd remove the black and the white rock from the left side. Scoot your whole structure over to the left to allow for flow all the way around the tank.
     
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    Can you post a front view of the tank?
     
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    Yes I just realized that front picture was a little bad. One minute. Like I said though, there was so many unique pieces that it was hard to create a good scape with flow all around.
     
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    What I thought. Remove those 2 rocks and scoot. It will allow for flow and cleaning.
     
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    I’m almost thinking about taking this rock out. It’s just so weird and I can’t seem to make it work with it. It’s a little over a foot long.
     
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    Powerhead on back wall and 1 on the side should work well for ya! Looks great!
     

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