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Old 08-29-2011, 02:22 PM   #1
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no nitrites!

OSince introducing myself, I've been working hard on cycling the 16g Aqueon for my daughter, and with a big help from her struggling 10g. Did the 90% pwc yesterday for 0my ammo, trace no2 and >80 no3. So today 0 ammo, 0 no2, and 40 no3! She has an 8-10" pleco, a 1" or so upside down cat, and 2 other small fish. Anybody have any idea if it would be safe to put them all in the cycled (I hope) tank? I hope so, cause now I have the bug again, and the time, since I'm retired, I want to do a marine again.
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