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Old 01-25-2011, 08:52 PM   #11 
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it depends on what you plan on doing with the tank. If it's going to be well planted and cycled, then maybe, but if its not you'll want to be doing something along the lines of one 50%s a week and one 100% a week. I see you onw other fish, so you're probably familiar with the cycling, parameters, and you've probably got a test kit right? If so, test your waters for ammonia, nitrites, nitrates, etc daily, and do water changes as needed until you can find a good schedual that keeps the params in the water low.
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