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Tired

Royal grammas are territorial, but generally pick one cave to defend. If there's enough space for them to set up a territory, they can work. It's the dottybacks that are absolutely a no in nano reefs. 

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Davy Doolittle
On 1/7/2007 at 12:54 PM, halfpint said:

Let your tank mature for at least two months after the cycle if you want it to be more stable. I have done this with 7 of my tanks and I haven't had a crash yet.

Please expound on "Letting the tank mature after cycle." Your record is fantastic. I want to use your method.

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Tired

Exactly what it sounds like. Let the tank exist and continue to develop its algae and bacterial colonies, and don't change anything significant. Starting with live rock will help the tank's maturity along hugely- you can't get that biodiversity anywhere else, and live rock has already had years to mature by the time you get it.

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