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Old 03-04-2012, 10:50 AM   #1
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Woo Hoo Finally Cycled

Ok so it's only been a month, what can I say I'm impatient, but it's looking like my 29g is finally cycled. I have had a weeks worth of 0-ammonia, 0-nitrites and my nitrates are <20. So I guess today I may get to go pick up my dwarf gouramis. I'm hoping to find a male/female pair, Females are a pain to find so I may have to settle for just a male sice from what I have read two males can have some agression issues. Either way I am pretty stoked.
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Are you going to add a nice school? I love my neon tetras. Corydora's make a great addition to the bottom. Be sure to post pics!
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Yes a school of tetras of cories would be awesome in your tank. Good luck
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Congrats! POst pics! If you cycled the tank using 4 ppms of ammonia you can add all of your fish at once, so feel free to get a nice school of something if you want (assuming it's appropriate for your tank, of course ).
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:29 AM   #6
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I did my cycling with fish in. Right now I have 5 mollies, 3 albino and 3 julii corys, 7 glowlight tetras. So I'm wanting a nice centerpiece fish. I know I'm limited due to what I have and tank size, that and the fact the wife fell in love with the dwarf neon gourami. I'll try to get some pics up later today. I was also thinking if I can only get the one male gourami, maybe a few RCS. What do you guys think?
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