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I started my new reef tank earlier this week (a fluval evo 13.5) and I added live rock, live sand (about 1.5 inches), and premium reef saltwater that my LFS mixed up for me. I’ve also been adding fluval cycle concentrated biological booster at the rate they suggest for a new tank. I have some questions regarding cycling. A lot of the videos I have watched online suggest first adding live rock, sand, and water, the next week adding a clean up crew, and then once the cycle is completed to add fish. However I’ve spoken on the phone with three of my LFSs and all three have told me to start my cycle by adding a fish. There is a lot of conflicting information out there, I was hoping that you guys could weigh in and give me some pros and cons with each option. If I decide to cycle with a fish, can I add a banggai cardinal fish? Additionally, when can I add coral?? This tank is primarily for coral, i'm just adding a fish or two for fun. A lot of articles that I have read say that I can add my coral now if I want, and that they won't be impacted by my tank cycling. Is this true? Lastly, if anyone has some suggestions on easy to care for corals, i'm always happy for more suggestions. Thanks so much!
Mido posted a topic in Beginners Discussionhey Guys i have been very fortunate with my torches snails, i love them have 4 in my 3 months old 34 G now I am seeing dozens of baby torchus snails ranging from 1-3 mm and i am very excited, i know i can't keep them but i will give them away to hobbyists or trade them, i only have two clownfish in my tank now it is time to add more fish love the B cardinals and the fire gobies and the royal gramma , which one better suited for my situation? i don't want my baby snails to end up being food.. should i wait tell they are a bit bigger ? i don't feed often once a day or less btw any advice or anyone had a similar situation?