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- Nov 20, 2016
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I did have some mounted on hockey puck size live rock chunks that are easy to move. Others like Hawkins I lost pieces of. And the tabling ones were at an odd angle until they grew and readjusted.This is awesome! How did you manage to preserve so many of your corals. My biggest concern is losing corals if I redo my rockwork.
Gotta be honest... I like the before scape. Looked more natural.I rescaped my Fluval 13.5 about a month ago, and am very pleased with the results. I used Frag rubble to create archways and caves, and the new look adds more depth and open space. The only downside to the rescape is that it caused an ammonia spike, which irritated and killed my favorite torch. Regardless, rescaping the aquarium was probably the best short-term and long-term thing I’ve done for the reef.
The best advice I can give to someone starting or redoing a scape is to use small rocks. I started off with three big rocks, which eliminated room for corals and decorations. Another big reminder is to do a huge water change while moving things around. All the debris being thrown around in my tank caused an ammonia spike which created many issues.