Hey guys, I've recently acquired an axolotl, and I'm planning to move him from the too-small tank his previous owner had him in (10 gal), to a bigger and better tank I've set up for him (65 gal!). The old tank has a well-cycled HOB filter on it, while the new tank has an uncycled running on it. My plan is to move the old filter onto the new tank along with any substrate and decor, all of which has plenty of "bio-filtration" built up at this point... I know that one can move a cycled filter onto a new tank without a it "re-cycling", as long as the bio-load stays about the same. I guess I'm just curious if that holds true for my particular case. The bio-load will remain the same (1 axolotl), but with such a drastic increase in tank volume, will it go through a mini- (or mega-) cycle? Is it worth moving the filter and watching the levels for a few days without moving the axolotl in? I can maintain his tank with poo syphoning and water changes, but it would be nice to be able to move him into his new home right away, if I could. Thanks!