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Seeding A Tank With Acropora
Have any of you ever seeded a tank with acropora?
And if so how did it go?
I kinda feel like this is an April Fool's trick, but I'll play anyway.
Acropora is a family of SPS corals that are generally considered difficult to care for, and thus, usually recommended for an aquarist with a little experience under their belt. These corals are also usually pretty pricey.
I'm not really sure what you mean by seeding a tank with a coral? You are hoping the coral will speed your cycle along? This will not be the case, and in fact, a coral would likely not survive the cycling process. If you want to cycle your tank a little faster than the norm, you could look into getting live rock for the tank. Well aged live rock might even give you an instant cycle. It is important that live rock stays wet during the transfer, and that it is not out of oxygenated flowing saltwater for more than a day or two, or the BB will begin to die off.
Thanks for the reply. Wasn't trying to make a joke, but I can see how one would think that. Grr...hate April first. Anyways, I saw this and honestly now I'm questioning if it's real? Lol.
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Saw that too, its an April Fools joke.
Man, I wish it was real lol. If it was acros would be super cheap! I'd have a full acro scape heehee