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Old 02-08-2006, 02:42 PM   #11
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Joester...SW and FW bio are different.
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Thats what i was figuring but i wanted to make sure
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When I converted from FW to SW I used the same H.O.T. Magnum 250 w/Bio-Wheel that I had used for 8+ years on my brackish tank. I didn’t do anything to it when I made the conversion but did cycle the tank again in SW for 6 weeks so the new bacteria could convert over. I have 90 lbs of base/lr which I got after the cycle was complete and still use a Magnum 350 on my main tank and now use the 250 on the QT tank.
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Ive been watchin my rock daily and ive noticed red polips starting all over the place. They stick out like 1/8 or so one some of them. Others are closer to the rock. Any idea what it is????
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