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Old 01-31-2012, 10:21 AM   #1
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Question abouy cycling tank with items on live rock

Hello everyone

I'm starting a new 40g reef and this weekend will start cycling the tank. These last couple day I have acquired live rock from friends and store. Question is that 2 pieces of rock have some type of soft coral or something on them. I want to put these rocks in the bigger tank but I'm not sure if it will die off. Thanks again. Here's a pic.

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