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Old 03-20-2005, 07:37 PM   #1
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just moved my tank.

Hi i have a few question on moving my 55 gallon long sw water tank.
i lived at my recent home for about 1 1/2 years and i just moved
i have 4 fish and a 12 hermits, 3 star fish and 30 pounds of live rock . i kept all sand and all bio filtration. even left some water in the bottom of my tank when i moved it. i set it all back up and every thing is wonderfull.
my question is will my tank recycle. or will the bacteria i had in my wet dry and sand help with it.
what should i do?
my fish are stressed from moving now i dont want to stress them any more if i dont have to.
thank for the help
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You might see a small spike due to moving everything. I would just watch your parameters and do a water change if necessary.
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so you dont think it will get to the point where my fish will die?
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No. I moved mine and didn't see a spike at all. But, all tanks are different so, you'll want to keep an eye on it just incase.
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gosh i hope you are right! i hope things are ok. i worked so hard to get to this point. and i just want thing to go smooth.
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