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Old 02-15-2010, 08:05 PM   #1
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911 amonia spiking

I had to move all my fish, powerder blue tang, butterly copperband, bengai cardinal, chromie, damsel and a clown, to a 10 gallon tank untill I get my new tank. my amonia is spiking and I dont have anywhere to put them. is there somthing that counters amonia in a hurry? I dont know what to do, all the fish stores are closed and I dont know if they will make it to the morning. help!
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lots of water changes
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Yup... until the stores open and you can get a bottle of Seachem Prime, water changes are your only friend. (Unless you have a PolyFilter pad handy...)
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