Unique aquascaping ideas needed

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  1. Av8Bluewater

    Av8Bluewater Giant Squid

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    That's an excellent idea. Beautiful tank there!
     
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  3. BREEZE

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    That looks awesome! Have you got this in the tank yet!
     
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  4. BREEZE

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  5. BREEZE

    BREEZE Astrea Snail

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    Come on man lets see it!!!

    I have often wondered why reefers don go with "scenes" in ther tanks.

    Lets have a look!
     
  6. Av8Bluewater

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    We need pics.
     
  7. Kas

    Kas Bristle Worm

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    Yes, the "rock rack" has been in the tank for about a month....along with one lonely yellow tail damsel. I plan to take some pics tomorrow. Thanks for the compliment.....makes all the work worthwhile :) Kas
     
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  9. plop

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    Thanks Av8! I'm pretty happy with it, and hopefully wont have the urge to rearrange it all anytime soon!

    plop
     
  10. johnmaloney

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    One thing I did in a personal tank I had, (after I like them for a month, I tear down and start again because I think the designing is the fun part - don't worry fish get good homes before) is I took a gorgonian skeleton, and wrapped and glued macros to it, making a "macro tree".

    It is the thing on the right:

    http://www.reefcleaners.org/round2.jpeg

    Maybe that can give you some ideas.
     
  11. sostoudt

    sostoudt Giant Squid

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    thats cool

    since this is being brought back up. i was thinking instead of rock you can make hills and valleys out of bioballs stuck together. i not sure how you would get them to stay down. but it would be cool and give your tank more surface area then live rock ever could.
     
  12. LCP136

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    I wish I had made mine more exciting. Maybe i'll do something interesting with my seahorse tank