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Old 01/07/2008, 06:17 AM
kejnbg kejnbg is offline
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new 55

ok here goes bought a 55 gallon all set up but the guy kept all live rock and plants and fish i got the live sand coupole pieces of rock water has been established for 4 months opinions on just adding new live rock corals and fish have tested water everthing is perfect thanks
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Old 01/07/2008, 08:13 AM
am3gross am3gross is offline
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if you add live rock make sure it is cured or else you will go threw a cycle again.

i would go slow and add a cleanup crew first. then maybe a fish or 2. i would like to see a tank setup with fish in there atleast a month or month and a half before i see coral in there. make sure before you start adding coral that your water parameters are good. also make sure you are researching all stuff before you buy. i would hate to see a shark put in a 10 gallon tank...(not saying you would do this but i am sure some lfs has told somebody that it would work)... keep us posted.
 

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