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Old 11-14-2006, 08:42 AM   #11
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You can probably safely remove the shrimp now ....
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You can probably safely remove the shrimp now ....
Think so Sadie ?? it's been there since Saturday only. i am going to leave it until this saturday, to see if i see a different reading on my tests. If not then i'll remove it. After i do take it out, should i do a pwc ??? if so, how much ??

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No, don't do a PWC, you want to see nitrItes spike and then nitrAtes.
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Ok, i did another test today. it has been a week since i had the live rock and live sand(not the bag stuff) in the tank.

amonia : 0
PH: 8.0
Nitrite: 5
Nitrate: 0

Well the shrimp that i put in was headless and shelless, so it's nothing but a fuzz ball right now. What are my next steps ??

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