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Old 07-13-2005, 11:44 AM   #1
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QT for new LR?

Hey all,

Just a quick question...

I am currently setting up my 75g with 55gal sump/fuge.

I ordered 60lbs of base from hirocks.com, and had a few pieces of LR from my current 29g that will start to seed the new 75g.

I will be going down to the liverocks.com warehouse and picking out some pieces shortly, but I want to see if I put the newly aquired LR in the old 29g that will still be setup, to prevent the mini cycle you seen when you introduce new LR to an established tank.

Or is there a better/easier way of doing things?

TIA
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Old 07-15-2005, 11:38 PM   #2
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75g w/ 30g sump, 160# LR, 60# sand: Inverts =18 turbos, 30 nassirus's, 40 blue leg's, 5 emeralds, 1 CBS, 1 skunk cleaner, 1 brown gulf shrimp? and various other LR hitch hikers yet un discovered or un-ID'ed
Fish=1 yellow tang, 1 yellow headed jawfish, 1 pink/blue shrimpgoby, 2 perc clowns.
Future fish = 1 sixline, 1 lawnmower blenny
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