Don't get a fish until you have everything back in your tank and it has settled for a few days. Getting a fish and putting it in the tub and then moving it into the tank would be stressful on the fish. Get everything in the tank, let it settle a couple days, test your water for ammonia, nitrites and nitrates. If the water is 0 0 and there are a bunch of nitrates then your cycle is probably over. Do a big water change, let the tank sit for 24 hours, test the water, if its still reading 0's then get a fish. Then test the water 24 hours after your first fish to make sure you don't have a spike in ammonia or nitrites. Have some saltwater on hand incase you need to do a water change. I know how bad you want a fish, but let me tell you, it's not worth losing them. I lost 3 yellow clown gobies when I first got my tank up and running. Then I went even slower. I had a small clean up crew and a zoa and a candy cane coral for 2 months before I added my yellow tail damsel. Slowly is the key. Let your tank settle and make sure all is well. Add things slowly and with caution so you have a better chance of things not dying.
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