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Sold by the pound. Our lightest and most porous dry live rock, BRS Pukani is our customers' favorite. It yields the most volume by pound compared to our other selections. BRS Pukani Dry Live Rock is free of nuisance algae and pest organisms. No Shipping to Canada.


Pukani is available in a wide variety of sizes.



  • BRS Pukani Dry Live Rock is generally less than 20" in diameter. Sold by the pound with no minimum order.


  • BRS Pukani Large 20+" Dry Live Rock is generally 20" or more in diameter. Sold by the pound with a minimum order of 30 lbs.
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Sold by the pound. Our lightest and most porous dry live rock, BRS Pukani is our customers' favorite. It yields the most volume by pound compared to our other selections. BRS Pukani Dry Live Rock is free of nuisance algae and pest organisms. No Shipping to Canada.

Pukani is available in a wide variety of sizes.

  • BRS Pukani Dry Live Rock is generally less than 20" in diameter. Sold by the pound with no minimum order.
  • BRS Pukani Large 20+" Dry Live Rock is generally 20" or more in diameter. Sold by the pound with a minimum order of 30 lbs.
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  • by dana on September 8, 2013, @11:38 AM

    question about the pukani rock. how many pounds is one rock

    Bulk Reef Supply Hi Dana,
    No two rocks are the same but a football size piece will generally be right in the ball park of 7-8lbs or so.

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  • by Jon on March 7, 2014, @3:11 PM

    Hello, if I was to buy dry rock and put in qty of 15 would I get 15 rocks or 15 pounds?

    Bulk Reef Supply Hi Jon,
    All of the rock is sold by the pound. If you order a quantity of 15lbs you would receive 15lbs of rock.

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  • by dana on November 23, 2013, @8:05 PM

    The 20+" pukani. Are they all about 20+" or are some bigger. The rocks smaller than 20". Would I expect to get rocks as small as 5 inches. Or are they just under 20". Will I get a variation of sizes.

    Bulk Reef Supply Hi Dana,
    The 20" + pukani is rocks that have a dimension that is 20" and bigger. They can get much larger then 20". Rocks that aren't 20" or bigger would all have dimensions that are smaller then 20".

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  • by Justin on April 6, 2014, @3:06 AM

    I noticed the your rock says you pukani is free of nuisance algae and debris. Does it still have to be cured before going into a new tank for cycle process?

    Bulk Reef Supply Hi Justin,
    You would absolutely want to cure/cycle this rock in a separate container. There is no live pests, algae, etc but there may still be organic matter that will break down on the rock and its just better to make sure that doesn't happen in an existing reef tank.

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  • by Ryan on March 24, 2014, @5:58 AM

    Generally how many pieces of rock would come in a 15 lb shipment? I have a 45gal and don't necessarily want a 15lb rock but several smaller rocks.

    Thanks

    Ryan

    Bulk Reef Supply Hi Ryan,
    As far as rock goes, pukani is one of the larger types so your typical 15lbs would usually be something like 3-5 rocks at their smallest sizes.

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  • by joe on April 4, 2014, @4:54 PM

    Hi,

    I am a complete newbie - how much rock and sand would i need for a 24 gallon reef tank?

    Thanks again,

    Joe

    Bulk Reef Supply Hey Joe,
    I would get right about 25lbs. That should give you plenty to work with!

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  • by Eric on October 27, 2013, @12:10 PM

    How many pounds would I need for a reef tank with dimensions of 36x17x25 approx 65 gallons? Thanks, Eric.

    Bulk Reef Supply Hey Eric,
    For a nice middle of the road aquascape, 1lb per gallon is a good ballpark value (so 65lbs). Never hurts to have some extra though, helps with aquascaping when you have more rocks to chose from and if you end up with extra's you can always throw them in the sump, break them up to use as frag plugs, etc.

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  • by John on April 26, 2014, @8:55 AM

    Can you help me estimate how many pounds of dry rock I will need? I'm starting a 120 gallon 4ft reef tank with refugium. I plan to build a rounded top mound that sits in the center of the tank with interesting holes and recesses.

    Bulk Reef Supply Hey John,
    I would go with something right in the ball park of 110-120lbs. Having a bit extra in your situation might not hurt either as its sounds like you have something pretty specialized in mind. Having those extra pieces will help make sure you have enough to work with as your design your aquascape. If there is any left over when your done you can always throw it in the sump as filtration, break it up and use it as frag plugs, etc.

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Full Details

BRS Pukani Dry Aquarium Live Rock - our lightest and most porous and full of holes that become nice homes and passage ways for your tank's inhabitants. Like all of our dry rock, Pukani is free of nuisance algae and pests which can cause complete tank shut downs. It is guaranteed to be free of apitasia, bubble algae, parasitic isopods, mantis shrimp, acro eating flat worms, little red bugs, fire worms, predatory nudibranchs, pyramidellid snails and other common pests.


Using Dry Rock has the following advantages:

  • Low initial cost on premium types of rock.
  • Pound for pound a way better value - no water weight.
  • Can be shipped standard UPS ground which saves a fortune on shipping.
  • Absolutely pest free. This is the most important reason. This allows you to completely avoid all of the most common aquarium pests that plague most aquarists.

NOTE: This rock does come out of the ocean and may have some dead material on it such as sponges or other critters. We strongly suggest soaking or curing the rock before use in an active aquarium.

Dry live rock is not available for shipment to Canada due to high tariffs. Please consider Reef Saver rock as it is not subject to these fees and is our favorite of the dry rocks available.

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  • Beautiful Large Pieces By Shawn on 2/26/2015

    I ordered 120 pounds of the standard size and received 6 pieces that were between 15" and 20" in diameter each. So really nice big pieces even with the standard size. I encourage you to watch the videos the Ryan made regarding aquascaping with this rock. I found it very easy to cut with a hack saw and very easy to chisel holes in.
  • Bang for your buck By Lasko9000 on 1/13/2015

    I had ordered 90 lbs of pukani dry live rock for my new aquarium build. The pieces of rock were huge and easy to manipulate. i couldn't fit t all in my aquarium but that gave me extra for my refugium. The way the rock was shipped was also great as i didn't have a bunch of broken pieces at the bottom of the bag. Once again i am satisfied with my order from BRS.com
  • best rock i've used By Arash on 1/3/2015

    awesome rock, best looking rock by far. no problems with phos or nitrates but would defiantly recommend curing rock for a few weeks - acid bath if you're really concerned but defiantly not necessary
  • Great product By Doug on 1/3/2015

    I ordered 50 pounds for my new tank. needed to curing this rock in a separate container for some time and let the cycle complete before using this in my new tank. Pick off the dead sponges that are visible.

    This rock that is very porous and makes excellent locations for placing frags
  • Great Dry Rock By Frank P on 12/30/2014

    This stuff is awesome. Exactly as it looked in the videos. Easy to work with and makes for a great base in the tank. Definitely heed the advice on the amount. Much less dense than the live rock you're used to so you won't need as much as you think. We're not a fan of the "giant rock wall" look and found that 1 lb per gallon was more than enough. Even have some left over for the next tank (assuming I get permission of course ;-) ).
  • Pukani Rock - Looks Great - 35lbs By William on 12/29/2014

    Purchased to save money vs. buying live rock at 3X the cost. Takes a little effort to make ready but worth the cost savings. Looks great, pieced together really well, was able to make the aquascape I had envisioned very easily. Would recommend to anyone looking to start a new tank and wants to save a lot of money.
  • nice rock By Claude on 12/29/2014

    Excellent rock, the problem with the box that I received is it was 80% pieces of 3 1\2" and smaller. Think it will be salvageable with a lot of glue and work.
  • Great Rock!!! By JC on 12/29/2014

    Received my shipment of Pukani dry rock last week. I was very specific about what I needed, but thought it might be a difficult request. Well BRS sent exactly what I wanted. The rock looks amazing. No broken pieces in shipping. I highlyy recommend the Pukani and BRS.
  • Muy bonita piedra By Hector on 12/29/2014

    Las figuras de esta piedra son las mejores es muy porosa y no pesa tanto como la fiji, tiene un olor muy feo pero al curarse queda muy bien, compre 100 libras y me mandaron 130 libras con eso casi lleno un tanque de 180 galones es la cantidad que necesitas para este tanque con 2 overflows en cada orilla.
  • nice looking rock By Daniel on 12/28/2014

    Rock is very nice. Cant wait to start aquascaping. Thanks
  • Looks great and no bad stuff! By DivingTheWorld on 12/19/2014

    The only negative I can say about this rock is that you must "cook" the phosphates out of it before using in your tank. This process took me about 2 months.

    That said, once I added the rock to my display, it looks fantastic. My wife and I do a lot of diving in Micronesia and this rock looks just like those areas.

    Also it's very light so less weight goes a long ways.

    Recommended!
  • Ask and ye shall receive By cjburden on 12/15/2014

    So I ordered 75 pounds of this rock and asked for the biggest pieces they could give me. I figured that I would get 1 or 2 large pieces and many smaller ones, however I was shocked to see nothing smaller than a football and a couple of pieces that were nearly 20" in length!

    Not to mention that they sent me an extra 10 pounds worth of rock in the order.

    I've already laid it out and it is going to look gorgeous. It's sitting in a 32g trash barrel right now cooking and I can't wait to get it in my tank.

    Thanks BRS!

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