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Old 05-23-2005, 02:23 PM   #1
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Introducing new fish to the tank.

When i go to the LFS and select a fish or two to add to my newly cycled tank, is it ok to aclimate them together but in separate buckets then put them in the same QT ? There is nothing in the main tank but a few damsels which will be coming out before the purchase of my new livestock. Should i just aclimate them in separate buckets then put one in the main tank and QT the other ? or if they both seem healthy just put them in the main tank ?
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