Did my water tests this morning and came up with 0 ammonia, 0 nitrites and 2.5 nitrates. I moved over the pico last night and the corals havent looked this good since I got them. I think the pcio was a cool idea but I don't think my corals thrived as much as they could in such a small tank.
How long should i wait before adding in the clowns I got the other day? maybe wauit another week or so? Make sure the biofilter can handle that much fish? I do have a 1/2 inch clown goby in there but I don't think he is contributing very much as far as bioload. lol
I am also most likely gonna buy the barnacle blenny I have been coveting for months and he will arrive this week.
Too much too soon I suppose? I did get 20 lbs of seasoned live rock from an established tank and I added some of the rock from the pico as well. I'm surprised I only saw a .5 ammonia spike when adding it though adn I must have missed the nitrites. lol
The barnacle blenny is a tiny fish as well. The clown will be the biggest thing I add. And thats about it for stocking fish in this new tank.
I'm thinking on adding the blenny this week and then waiting another week or two for the clowns, they are in the cube now and seem happy enough where they are. lol BUT my yellow watchman is still white, I think the presence of the clowns is stressing him out big time so I would rather move the clowns sooner than later.
Corals dont really add to the bioload do they? I have at least half a dozen in this tank already and was hoping to get more this weekend.
Any thoughts always welcome!