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StephenM

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I basically just threw in the rock. Any pointers or advice?
 

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Looks good to me!

I can't quite tell how much space there is between the rightmost rock and the glass. Just make sure there is enough room for whatever scraper you will use to get between them - I've learned that the hard way.
 

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Looks good to me!

I can't quite tell how much space there is between the rightmost rock and the glass. Just make sure there is enough room for whatever scraper you will use to get between them - I've learned that the hard way.

ditto
 

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advice? IMO don't waste too much time on the rocks. Give your fish some places to hide and places to put corals. After that just get started cycling and go from there. You get to stare at the rocks for a while but eventually you wont care what the rocks look like because you can no longer see them...at least that is my goal.
 

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Looks good, but like others said dont get too stressed out on rock work. Eventually itll be rebuilt for one reason or another. Or itll get covered with coral and you wont mind. That looks like a great starting point though
 

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