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Old 04-18-2019, 02:34 AM   #1
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I have a 55 gallon tank and looking to do invertebrates ONLY yes i may sound crazy what should I start with ???
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You should start with cycling the tank
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You should start with cycling the tank


Waters all good I tested it with my at home Kit
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Please go here....Articles to Help you Get Started with your Aquarium

and read up on fishless cycling .
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Waters all good I tested it with my at home Kit
What are the readings?
What kit did you use?
Did you follow the directions perfectly (home test kits are notorious for false readings)
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How long has it been running and how did you cycle it?
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Is this going saltwater or freshwater?
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