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Old 04-22-2011, 08:56 PM   #531
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There isn't anything to eat the food so I thought it would obvious that it would spike, or am I incorrect?

A cycled tank should take that ammonia and make it trites and then go to trates. The aqmmonia source is the flake food instead of fish waste. if i had put fish in the same thing would have happened
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Ohhhh I get it now thank you. I was mistaken in the cycle
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I've got the bacteria it's just not up to snuff I don't think. Would you agree flake? My strong suit def isnt cycling. lol I've only really done it once and that only took a week.
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Old 04-22-2011, 10:10 PM   #534
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so carey do any more rock scapein?
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Old 04-22-2011, 10:20 PM   #535
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hehe no, I'm fish shopping. I've found so many cool fish to put in just running out of room. LOL
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I really like your stocking list, I can't wait to see it up.
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and thats the reason i haven't been window shopping lol. i think my stock list is actually pushing it
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I just found a really really cool hot pink psedochromis. Only grows to 3 inches. I'm thinking putting it in the 55g. I think I'm gonna be overstocked in the cube
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id stick with what you got a blenny 3gobys n a clown pair i think that lil guy should be in the 55
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you think i could have 3 gobys in my tank or is that pushing?
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