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- Jun 17, 2019
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@Ardeus @TL1 I agree with Ardeus about the bay. There will be a place in the front for various LPS and other bottom dwelling corals like fungia, Zoanthids, flower anemones, and clams.
You can try creating a big island towards the back to the right with that big branch and a very small one closer to the front on the left.This is the thread I have been looking for!! Lol I have a severely neglected 29g Biocube that I am working on bringing back to life. I plan on building a new cabinet and moving it from my bedroom to my dining room. I am going to redo my rock work and try for a more open concept and cut rocks to make plateaus and also change out my sand bed for something a little heavier than the powder fine sand I have in there now. I had that much rock in it because when I started it nearly 10 years ago, I thought I had to have that much. I don’t want the tank to cycle when I add the new sand to keep the rockstar of a clownfish I have had in there the whole time safe. I know, it’s a tank of rocks right now so some advice In what way to go is more than welcome! I do love the thick branch and the purple rock on the top that I have though.
I would try joining 2 of those structures so you end up with 2 very different ones.
Nothing right now, Life Rock Shapes FTW... I Plan to use AquaMaxx Reef Welder and some other reef safe glue's/epoxy I have around the house.
It looks better than the previous one and it will look good when it's covered in corals.How’s this. Swapped the front and middle structures And added a couple rocks for height Pardon the bucket adding that lititle rock overhang