cycling of new tank (april 20th update) on March 18th we had bought a brand new 20 gallon tank. we wiped it out with a damp cloth and then set the tank up. We let it run for a day then we transfered our 10 fish from the 10 gallon tank to the 20 gallon tank. We didnt know about the the whole nitrogen cycle thing. so we are desperately trying to keep our fish alive. we have 4 mollies, 4 guppy's, and 2 black phantom tetras. We have been having issues with very high nitrites and stress levels of ammonia. We have been doing 20 percent water changes about every other day to try to keep the nitrites and ammonia down. two of our female mollies we believe are pregnant (one for sure) and we are really worried about what this cycling of the tank is gonna do to them. if we had know about this we wouldnt have transferred them till the new tank was cycled but now its already to late to take them out. our readings tonight (April 1st) an hour after the water change: nitrate: 10 nitrite: 3.0 (earlier in the week it was 10.0 and higher) chlorine: 0 total alkalinity: 30 ph: between 7.2 and 7.8 ammonia: between 0 and 0.5 i'm wondering how much longer do you think this cycling will take and should i continue to do 20 percent water changes every other day, or do them everyday, or once a week, what? also our water has gotten cloudy this week. is this bad? plz help.