Hi All...It's been a while since I have been on the forum. Life gets in the way too much.
Anyway, we have purchased a 65 gallon Red Sea and have been having it setup with just water, dry sand, dry rock, and one small live rock from our Biocube 29 for about three weeks. I would like to start transferring everything over to the new tank but I would like to get you all's opinion on the best route. The biocube is about 9 mos. old with two clowns, 6 line, lawnmower blenny, and a rainfordi gobi. As far as coral, we have ricordia, two small RBTAs, GSP, wellso, xenia, hammer, torch, frogspawn, and a few other softies. Everything in the 65 is stock at the moment. The biocube as a media rack with ChemiPure Elite, purigen, and chaeto. It also has some cyano and flat worms.
Should I just take as much water from the 29 and put it in the new tank along with the live rock? Anything else special I should do? This is my first move and I don't want to shock or kill anything. BTW, I haven't tested any of the parameters of the new tank yet, but I will do that tonight.