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Old 08-27-2012, 09:41 PM   #1
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Need help with stock

Have a 125 gal that I just started. I just put one Fiji damsel in it. My friend told me to start with a damsel to help cycle it. I've got about 200 lbs of play sand that I put in it plus about 50 lbs of live sand and 3 live rocks in it to start. I know the damsel can be pretty ageessive. I like him and want to keep it. So can I keep him. I know I want to have a pair of clowns , a power blue tang, some cardinals, yellow tang. It is going to be a reef setup.

Any ideas? Should I remove him when I add the others? Any help will be appreciated .
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