10-25-2009, 09:30 PM
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I'm not sure what question to answer! LOL You are full on energy on this, that is for sure.
I like the fact that your fish guy at the LFS knows the scientific names. This is actually a nice sign. The next question is, does he have the patience and desire to help someone new to the hobby.
"Dry Rock" is porous aragonite grade rock that will become live rock when introduced to the micro life that makes live rock "live". You simply seed the dry rock with a handful of experienced sand or a few pounds of experienced live rock. If you look at my 180 build thread, you will see exactly what this is, how it is used, and the quality of rock that it becomes in your aquarium.