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Old 02-29-2012, 09:31 PM   #11
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Being totally honest, even though you can add coral right away and as much as you want once you are fully cycled, I would be wary of what I put in right away. It takes some time for the tank to stabilize, especially if you add to many fish in one sitting. If you end up causing a mini cycle it can do major damage to your inverts and coral. I learned this the hard way. Just take it all slow, and when you think you are going slow enough go slower.

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