This is for a total of 20 pounds of DRY ROCK, various shapes and sizes
NOTE: This rock is completely DRY, not alive and can ship safely UPS Ground.
Premium Aquatics Marco Rock
"Saving the reef, one rock at a time."
-Natural calcium carbonate rock
-Geniune Marco brand rock
- This product will never ever be collected from a living reef
-A product of the USA
-More range in sizes of rocks
The best base rock you will find for your aquarium. Each box is hand packed by a reef tank enthusiast to ensure you will get what you need and want for your reef tank or salt water aquarium. Premium Aquatics Reef Saver Rock has a wide variety of sizes and is the most porous, lightweight and has the greatest surface area of any rock we have seen. Premium Aquatics Reef Saver Rock is the finest dry rock, and makes the finest live rock available. Let us know specific sizes and our packers will try and accommodate as close as possible. Average rock size on Marco is usually around a medium sized rock. Average 25lb box for example would be around 5-7 rocks, but this can vary.
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worth every pennyNov 15, 2014
I bought 25LBS last week, I just open the box and I am happy. It is the type of rocK I was looking for. It is very light and full of holes, all I did was rinse them off and place them in the tank. I just bought 25LBS more. I hope this was helpful. Thank U.
Never had a problem with this rock what-so-ever.Apr 15, 2020
I have ordered this rock 5 times now and every time it comes well packaged and on time. The rock itself is great and looks really good in the aquarium. There is a good assortment of sizes from large to small included.
Great dry rockJan 5, 2020
I have had zero problems with this rock. Its all uniform in texture and appearance, comes in many different shapes and sizes and looks great in your aquarium.
Very NiceMar 23, 2015
Picked up 25 pounds of this along with 50 pounds of uncured Fiji to star cycling my tank. Got a lot of nice large pieces. Looks nice along side the Fiji, even though the color is different. Hoping some of the coralline algae on the Fiji start growing on the dry.