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Old 03-17-2011, 04:16 PM   #1
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First saltwater tank

Hello everyone. This my second post. Just got my 29g nano cycled and have added a few things. I have 22 pounds of LR and one frag with mushrooms. I was told by my lfs that I can bring back the blue damsels once my tank is cycled. If I wanna do some reef on the LR what kind of fish and how many can I get?
In it right now are 2 peppermint shrimp 1 fire shrimp, a choc starfish, and 2 electric blue crabs. Also 2 blue damsels which I can return (but I like them, however I was looking at a clown fish prob.).
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Old 03-17-2011, 04:19 PM   #2
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You might wanna rethink cycling with fish. There are some really good articles on fishless cycling. You just make your work all the harder.
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Yeah. I found this out after the fact. One of those too late moments. Next tank I'll spare the little guys the trouble. Thanks.
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I re read your post and wasnt sure if you finished your cycle or not. LOL
You like the damsels? Most people say they're mean. hehe I so far only have a blenny and a sea hare. My vote is for some clownfish. Maybe not the regular ones maybe a special type.
I'm personally waiting for a pair of Black ones. I should know if theyre in in about 15 min.
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