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Old 11-06-2012, 03:25 PM   #1
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Getting rid of Skeleton cora

I am going to be getting about 150 lbs of live rock to replace my skeleton corals. When switching is there anything I should be careful of? Will my perimeters change due to me introducing the new rocks?
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As long as the live rock is totally cured you shouldn't see a change. If it's "fresh' live rock it more than likely will kick off a cycle because of the dead/dying organisms on the rock.
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Ok thanks, ill make sure it's cured. I will be getting it from my lfs.
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