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Old 11-16-2014, 01:27 PM   #1
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Wanting to convert brackish tank to marine fowlr

Hey all. I have a 125 gallon brackish tank sg 1.015 that i want to bring up to 1.020. Few questions, will the tank cycle if i do this? or will the 0.05 increase not effect the bacteria? I also have a 5 inch monster green spotted puffer that will eat any critters considered a clean up crew. Will not having a clean up crew effect having live rock? If so what filtration should i use?
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