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    Default Killer holey rock!


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    This will be a nice addition to any African cichlid tank! I told you I have some insane rocks, Tom.

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    Is that from another planet, Nathan? That's a KILLER piece!

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    Man, I have a couple thousand pounds of rock that looks like that!
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    We should talk about marketing that out here.

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    gooches reef did something similar....i forgot what he used..ceramic i think, that he could mold himself and make as holey as he wanted


    but yours is amazing
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    gooches reef did something similar....i forgot what he used..ceramic i think, that he could mold himself and make as holey as he wanted
    That's a real rock. It looks good and buffers the pH. Form and function
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan
    gooches reef did something similar....i forgot what he used..ceramic i think, that he could mold himself and make as holey as he wanted
    That's a real rock. It looks good and buffers the pH. Form and function
    thats real rock?!?!?

    how much does that piece weigh? That would be great for coral frags
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    That is 100% Texas holey rock. I've used this rock for soft coral propagation, base rock, etc. That rock weighs about 10 pounds I think. I actually have nicer pieces than that!
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    Since it is calcium carbonate/dolomite, it is ideal for any tank that requires higher pH.
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    BTW, these rocks are almost black when I find them. They go through a several step process to look like that.
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