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    0 Not allowed!
    My thinking on this was as follows: the betta died about 1-2 weeks ago, from ammonia poisoning, I am sure. Therefore, I thought since there must be ammonia in the betta aquarium, and nitrifying bacteria need ammonia, I left the mesh bag of ceramic media in the betta tank and then just simply transferred it to the new filter. It was never out of any water for more than 2-3 seconds.

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    0 Not allowed!
    My thinking on this was as follows: the betta died about 1-2 weeks ago, from ammonia poisoning, I am sure. Therefore, I thought since there must be ammonia in the betta aquarium, and nitrifying bacteria need ammonia, I left the mesh bag of ceramic media in the betta tank and then just simply transferred it to the new filter. It was never out of any water for more than 2-3 seconds.

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    0 Not allowed!
    I have an API Ammonia test tube kit and don't remember if they are Tetra or API test strips for nitrates, nitrites, pH, etc..

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