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peazy
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PostPosted: 2004.03.15(Mon)22:20    Post subject: hello Reply with quote

Hi all Very Happy
I'm looking into starting a tank, and have found lot's of wonderful info at the library, and have gotten the gist of a lot of stuff. But I'm kinda confused about cycling, No one has really explained what it is or how to do it. I understand the concept sort of, but not completely. This may seem like a strange question, but I just want to make sure I get it right. Also what are some good fish to start with? I heard damsels were good for beginers.
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karlas
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Joined: 07 Feb 2003

PostPosted: 2004.03.25(Thu)7:34    Post subject: Reply with quote

Damsels are a very hardy fish but can become quite aggressive. If you get them make sure they are the ones you want. Most gobies, clowns, cardinal fish are also good beginner fish. Heres some beginner sites that explain cycling very well that may help you.

reef keeping 101
http://www.reefcorner.com/reef%20keeping_101.htm

cycling
http://www.epetpals.com/cycle.htm
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