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island pets in richmond has some lace rock, i forget the price tho
their burnaby location prolly has some too
 

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Lace rock doesn't have much surface area for colonizing bacteria so it just takes up space. "Dead" live rock is much better in this regard.

I know several people who have had it mail ordered from this place:
http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/store/products/eco-rox-fiji-dry-rock

Have you checked around for people getting rid of their "used" live rock? Anywhere from $3 - $5/lb is the going rate.
Thanks for the link. I'm going to need this in around 3 weeks time as I'm not ready yet for this. I just thought I would start looking around now to see what my options are. If the going rate is 3-5 dollars a pound that's around what I listed in my first post. I'll most likely get it from J & L. I do want to use lace rock for just that purpose, to fill up space.
 
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