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  1. #1

    Default There is such a thing as TOO MUCH rockwork.


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    I have always been the type to put a whole bunch of rockwork into my mbuna tank and i just wanna put it out there, that there is such a thing as too much rockwork. Meaning that a smaller number of nicely arranged rocks will do far more good than a bunch of rocks just thrown in to form caves. I scaled back both of my main african tanks and the difference so far is day and night.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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    Pictures, Pictures, Pictures
    Do as I say. Not as I do.

  3. #3

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    My camera skills are mediocre but I'll do my best:p
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

  4. #4

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    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

  5. #5

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    0 Not allowed!
    You can see my dominant male peacock better in this one. At least you can get an idea of what he looks like:p He's constantly on the move and he's really difficult to photograph.

    He's in the middle near the substrate, in the back.

    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

  6. #6

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    I'd like to add that the differences I was talking about were differences in fish behavior. My zebras were starting to cause issues and now they aren't as much of a problem. I am currently rehoming a number of the fish and changing up the tank. I plan on having just socolofi, flavus, and elongatus "chewere" in the tank. With ample numbers of females.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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