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Old 03-08-2016, 04:07 PM   #1
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Cycling tank question

Hi I am cycling a 12g tank with my first DIY sump (10g) using stability, live rock, live sand, and water from my other saltwater aquarium. 2 days in and the all the numbers are spiking! I was just wondering how long until I can add any inverts like snails or hermits, should I just wait until everything has evened out? Usually I use mollies to cycle, but I don't want to this time.

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