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Old 07-07-2015, 10:21 PM   #21
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I currently have 2 clowns, a clown tang until I find a bigger him to him, the mccoskers, and the angel. I have read how to do a fish in cycle and I think I can do it in pretty good at watching my tank parameters. I'm pretty sure the fish in there are enough to feed the ammonia to start a cycle. I hate to do a fish I but I'll never catch the angel or the wrasse.

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