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Old 03-12-2011, 08:08 PM   #21
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Old 03-12-2011, 08:19 PM   #22
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That's a good deal for a metal halide
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Old 03-12-2011, 09:13 PM   #24
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I just bought a Midas Blenny for my 65 gallon, beautiful fish. I saw you were talking about it earlier in the thread. If you can upgrade to a larger tank I would highly recommend one.
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You couldent have a Midas Blenny in a 10 gallon tank they need more room
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That's pretty overkill, unless he's keeping very high light SPS everything else is going to bleach/melt with a 150w MH right on the top of the tank. Added replacing bulbs is pretty pricey and with that much heat he'd need a chiller which would be even more money.

JOMA, IMO if you want to be safe picking out corals that aren't SPS and wondering if you have enough light, the 2-bulb Nova T5HO jenatron suggested would be plenty. Without shipping costs it's only about $20 more than it would be for those PCs which IMO aren't worth it.

And a firefish would have plenty of room in a 10G, but be warned they are pretty much known jumpers
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i also cant have anything that sucks power like crazy, if my parents see a drastic change in the power bill they will FLIP
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i also cant have anything that sucks power like crazy, if my parents see a drastic change in the power bill they will FLIP

Then a MH is out of the question, huge energy users
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yeah, thats what i mean.
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a 180WATT LIGHT? MY PARENTS WOULD KILL ME!
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