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  1. Hi, there are some white spots on my aquarium glass as well as some of the rocks in my aquarium. I think that they might be limpets but I’ve never seen them before so I wanted to make sure they weren’t something else. The fish all look healthy and have no spots or issues. Tank: 55 G planted aquarium housing 20 neon tetras, 8 spotted blue eyed rainbow fish, 7 kuhli loaches, 1 honey gourami, 3 nerite snails. Ammonia = 0 ppm Nitrate = 20 ppm Nitrite = 0 ppm Hardness = 150 ppm (GH) Chlorine = 0 ppm Alkalinity = 100 ppm (KH) pH = 7.2 Temperature = 23 C (~74 F)
  2. I have a lot of thin slate from a roofing project that was never finished by the previous homeowner. I've never used rocks beyond aquarium gravel, and I'm semi-paranoid that if I make a rock pile, it will tip over and crack the glass. I realize that I learned to stack blocks as a toddler and that tons of people scape with rocks, but hey, we all have our quirks. I have a big fake Texas holey rock in my new 29g and the fish love it, but I'd like to add more hides/line-of-sight blocks. The substrate is sand and the current residents are peaceful, but I want to add plants and wood or rocks for more baby shrimp hides. I'd love pictures and tips for using rocks. Thanks!
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