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Old 02-09-2011, 08:01 PM   #31
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but i think this tank is stocked.
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Old 02-09-2011, 08:30 PM   #32
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but i think this tank is stocked.
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It is stocked the fish are dieing. At least get the ammonia down below .25
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Wanted to give you guys an update. My friend had a nano cube that has been up for about a year now so I got all my live stock out. I think I might of lost the star cause he is shedding his limbs. I want my tank to finish its cycle, so do I let the nitrates,trites,amonia levels get high or should I keep doing water changes?
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now that you got everything out just monitor your water parameters and wait for the ammonia and nitrite to return to 0 then do a PWC.
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Wanted to give you guys an update. My friend had a nano cube that has been up for about a year now so I got all my live stock out. I think I might of lost the star cause he is shedding his limbs. I want my tank to finish its cycle, so do I let the nitrates,trites,amonia levels get high or should I keep doing water changes?
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You ddi the right thing.
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