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Tim Harrison

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Top two dragon stone, the other two some sort of banded quartzite. Both okay to use. Just give the dragon stone a good hose down or jet wash to get rid of sediment trapped in the holes etc.
 

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Also wanted to ask will any of these rocks change the composition of my water?

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The dragon stone can look really nice in aquascapes, although I would say more challenging given its unusual shape - check out the dragon stone scape at Green Aqua (youtube) looks really nice. Personally I wouldn't use the other stone, I think the different colours/contours would look odd - but all personal preference!
 

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Also the white rock shows even the tiniest bit of algae really well and is a nightmare to keep white.
 

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The only reason I bought the white rock so it would contrast of the dragon stone maybe i’ll go back and have a look to see if they have got any others ones

Thanks for that i’ll have a look at the scape
 

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What other rocks will look good or I should look out for?

Also the rocks I have currently will they change my water parameters
 

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