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Nice looking rock work.. here's what mine looks like
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Two pieces of Tropic Eden Morroca (what they used to call Pukani) in an IM25, one medium sized plate, one small. Glued to a small piece of Caribsea rock that I cut flat on a tile saw for a good stable base. Still some cleanup to do, but mostly there.

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Two pieces of Tropic Eden Morroca (what they used to call Pukani) in an IM25, one medium sized plate, one small. Glued to a small piece of Caribsea rock that I cut flat on a tile saw for a good stable base. Still some cleanup to do, but mostly there.

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That’s beautiful. Great job on the rock work and the tank!
 
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Lots of negative space and room for coral growth and water flow.

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One of my older setups below
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Hi Sunny, Good to see your post, I was wondering what happened to you all these years. Your tanks and method have always been an inspiration!
 

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Two pieces of Tropic Eden Morroca (what they used to call Pukani) in an IM25, one medium sized plate, one small. Glued to a small piece of Caribsea rock that I cut flat on a tile saw for a good stable base. Still some cleanup to do, but mostly there.

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How do you like the Morroca rock?
 

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How do you like the Morroca rock?
Very much. It was kind of weird and shiny at first and I was a bit worried about porosity and bacteria habitat, but my nutrients are very low and very stable even with only a few pounds in the display. Really liking it. One of the most natural-looking of the man-made rocks, IMO.
 

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