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was a personal "gut feeling" to add the sand first....will do so once the water clears from the salt and the level and temp is good
I did...one lousy one.....LOL in the pic section
ok, 2 pics now, more to come tomorrow, will add the sand
I still had that piece of live rock that had a ton of zoanthyds, and a ton of aptasia on it, it's been out of water for about a month, i gave it a soaking and added it in the new 65 G, the water smells this morning, I am assuming this is the die off......question is, If I add some live rock from my other tank, won't it die in the new tank?
Ok, will add, and post more pictures :)
another question, will my fish in the 20 gallon be ok without as much live rock? until the 65G is ready?
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