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Old 08-04-2012, 02:03 AM   #21
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A lot depends on where you are and what is available around you. I'm in the Palm Springs area and have two LFS, so they know they have a somewhat captive audience out here. They can charge what they want. I used to live in Orange County and there are numerous places out there. They are sometimes half what I pay out here. At least 20-25% less.
+1 i live in Orange County and i have 10 fish stores within 20 minutes of my house... Its super easy to find what i want and the prices are very low. Haha
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Old 08-04-2012, 12:21 PM   #22
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Well im in Kansas and the nearest is an hour away
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6 fish at once is wayyyyy too many. 1 fish at a time unless it's a pair. Wait 1 week in between introductions ATLEAST.
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Thanks just making sure. I thought maybe I could get away with it but at least I know now
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It can be done BUT BUT you must build up the nitrifying bacteria before you you put them in When cycling your tank dose with ammonia to 8-10 ppm, most dose to 4 and even thats kinda high but it's better to err on the safe side
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