What is Marco Rocks?
Marco ReefSaver is a natural rock that is harvested on land from an ancient reef system buried when the Florida land mass was formed. Whether you are building a Saltwater fish only, a Reef tank or a Fresh water tank, and even reptile environments, you will love this rock and so will your pets.
What is Marco rock made from?
natural Calcium Carbonate
Cutted Naturel Rocks MarcoRocks (Price/kg) Rock made of 100% natural Calcium Carbonate. No chemical additives used in the manufacturing process. Often you will be able to find fossilized corals in the rocks.
Where does Marco rock come from?
MarcoRocks are 100% made by good ol mother earth. In fact much of southern florida as we know it is sitting on ancient coral reefs. This old reef, now only a mass of limestone skeleton, is the stuff of dreams for a modern day aqua-scaper.
How much does Marco rock cost per gallon?
around 1 pound
Combined with their chemical-free cleaning process MarcoRocks is always 100% free of nuisance algae or any type of pests. We recommend around 1 pound of rock per gallon of the display tank for an aquascape with the average amount of rock.
What is Pukani rock?
Pukani Rock – Fiji. Interesting shaped rock with many small cavities offering refuge for smaller fish and reef animals. A good coverage of different colours of coralline algae make this a highly desirable rock. As Pukani rock is lighter than other varieties you get more volume per kg.
Is Marco rock Live Rock?
MarcoRocks Reef Saver Pedestal Dry Aquarium Live Rock, our environmentally friendly rock, works great for aquascaping. This rock is 100% free of nuisance algae and pests which…
Is Marco rock porous?
The rock is very dense and not porous at all. Now, the rock is marketed as light weight and porous, and it is at the macro level. But at the micro level, there are no pores.
How long does it take for White rock to turn purple?
If a purple coraline strain is introduced there is no guarantee it will grow. If it does grow it might be on your glass and not the rock. In most tanks I have had with dry rock, it takes from 6 months to a year before I start to see it on the rock.
How many pounds of rocks do I need for a reef tank?
The standard suggested rule of thumb for how much live rock to use ranges from a minimum of 1 pound to a maximum of 1.75 pounds per gallon of water, but a visual method can also be used. The actual quantity you may need can vary depending on its density because geographically some live rock is denser than other types.
What is Fiji rock?
BRS Fiji Dry Rock is the standard rock used in aquariums. Fiji Dry Rock is porous and full of holes that become nice homes and passage ways for your tanks inhabitants.
Why is it called Live Rock?
When taken from the ocean it is usually encrusted with coralline algae and inhabited by a multitude of marine organisms. The many forms of micro and macroscopic marine life that live on and inside of the rock, which acts as an ideal habitat, give it the name “live rock”.
Why choose marcorocks?
I incorporated MarcoRocks as the foundation to support my structural design. I was able to order a box of MarcoRocks and immediately put into my existing reef tank to help build up the structure with zero water quality concerns because these rocks are delivered 100% clean! No pests or critters to have to cure.
Why choose Marco’s Foundation Reef Saver rock?
Marco’s Foundation Reef Saver Rock is the perfect base to any desirable aquascape. Each piece of foundation rock is cut flat on one side for stable placement and an architecturally sound aquascape. The natural rock top-side lets you place… …
What is marcorocks E-marco-400?
The pink E-Marco-400 kits are perfect for artificial rock or established rock that has pre-existing coralline algae. What’s… …is in place, you can secure the rock into a solid structure with the addition of some MarcoRocks Aquascaping Mortar.
What kind of sand do you use with Marco rock?
This kit is designed to be used with unseeded dry rock such as Marco Rock or artificial live rock replacements. Plain dry sand is recommended instead of so called ‘live sand’ which may have been seeded with species not… …help decrease the initial cloud that can be created.