01-19-2009, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Kellsindell
I've heard the same, but IDK i'd like to see a lot of research on that one before i believe it...
I've been thinking about the rock formation and i think i can give it a depth feel though my depth is lacking. I've been considering pulling the formation closer to the front of the tank and the setting some thinner LR/BR into the back ahd allowing the fish to swim through both formations. So it'll be 2 islands in the front and then having one or so in the back? Any thoughts?
That sounds pretty sweet. Do you have inverts who burrow, i.e. nassarius snails, conchs, or sand-sifting star fish? I've found that when I start to put rocks throughout the middle and front of my tank, that it can tricky to still have open "sand" space for these animals to do their thing. Also, be sure to do something about your nassarius snails, if you have them, while re-arranging the rocks so that you don't put a rock on top of one