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Old 01-24-2013, 02:12 PM   #1
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29gallon lighting

I want to order a new t5 light with led moonlights for my 29gallon tank. I have fish in it right now. I intend to only add soft corals and polyps to it. What light would you suggest?
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I want to order a new t5 light with led moonlights for my 29gallon tank. I have fish in it right now. I intend to only add soft corals and polyps to it. What light would you suggest?
I have an Odyssea 4bulb T5HO fixture on my 29G. Works well with all softies, some LPS and very little SPS.

Check out Aquatraders.com, very decent light for the price. Light does get a bit hot but I've never had any problems with it.

Oh and it has 4 LED moonlights and all lights are on separate switches.
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I thought about that one. I have some Kenya trees and star coral in there right now. Just wanted to make sure they have plenty of light. Trees look like they are straining to get some more light.
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I thought about that one. I have some Kenya trees and star coral in there right now. Just wanted to make sure they have plenty of light. Trees look like they are straining to get some more light.
Light is more than enough for Kenya trees and other softies
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