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Old 03-05-2010, 06:30 PM   #1
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newly converted to saltwater aquarium.

i have had my 75 gallon aquarium for eight years.. a week ago i converted it to a saltwater tank but kept my same bio wheel filtration. i am using puka shell substrate..right now i only have 4 electric blue damsels in it. it is a fish only tank. i hope to get some clown fish and green chromis whenever the cycling process is complete. i put bio spira in when i converted to a saltwater tank..it was only cloudy for one day so i really dont know if it is cycling or not.
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