Gluing mini shelf to back wall of wb20

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I just bought a WB20 and want to add some shelves to the back wall for an acro or an aggressive coral like a space invader. I'm thinking about using the thin mini marco shelf rocks. The shelves are about the size of my palm so not heavy at all. The back wall is glass so I'm thinking about trying to find an L shaped glass piece and gluing that with some aquarium silicone (or super glue if that works better) to the back wall. Then I would just have the shelf rock glued or siliconed on the horizontal surface of the L shaped glass.

Do you think this is feasible? Anyone know where I can find a piece of glass like this?
 
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You'll probably have more luck finding acrylic pieces as opposed to glass. But yes, it is feasible. I've also seen rocks glued directly to the glass as well as magnets drilled into the rocks so they can be moved around.

I have two space invaders - they're probably the least aggressive of all my corals.
 
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