Hello all. I just moved and the wife gave me the go ahead to get a new 125G. I had a 55 and 75 at the old house. Being as we were moving, I didn't really have time to cycle the new tank properly. I used all the filtration from the 55 and 75 and used it on the 125. Filters are a Fluval 405, 2 Emperor 400s, 2 Sunsun H303Bs with UV. I installed the filters and filled the tank up. I have always used Seachem Prime to treat my tap water. Ha e kept the UV turned off while cycling. Then I added my Africans from my other two tanks that night. 22 of them that are mostly peacocks and a few haps. That's alot for an initial load I know but time was not on my side as we were selling the old house and I had to get the other two tanks out of there. I thought I'd only maybe have a mini cycle being as I used 5 seeded filters. I'm a month into the tank running now and I'm still getting 4.0 Ammonia, 0 nitrite and nitrate. Ph 8.0. Temp is about 81 or 82. I have used a bottle of Stability as the directions said and a bottle of Dr Tim's one and only as instructed. None of which seems to help drop that ammonia and start the cycling process. I purchased a seachem alert which measures only free ammonia and it reads .05 alert which suggests the 4.0 Ammonia reading I get on API master test kit is mostly ammonium. Also I know Prime can give you false readings. I do have some chloramines in my tap. Ammonia read about .5 with the API kit out of the tap. But basically about a month in and I still don't have that nitrite spike yet from ammonia being oxidized. Do larger tanks take longer to cycle? Is there something else I should doing? I've been doing frequent water changes of 25% to 50% to keep the total ammonia down below 4 ppm as I've read that too high ammonia can stall a cycle. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.