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Old 08-03-2009, 03:27 PM   #71
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Hes beautiful. I thought they were coral nibblers?
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Old 08-03-2009, 03:59 PM   #72
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Thanks folks!

Etunes- they can be, but it's hit or miss. If he starts munching my corals, he's headed back like immediately! lol
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Thanks folks!

Etunes- they can be, but it's hit or miss. If he starts munching my corals, he's headed back like immediately! lol
I hope you laid down the law.
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LOL we did... he'd better behave!!!

So far so good, but as we know it is never a sure bet.
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So true.
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Old 08-03-2009, 04:48 PM   #76
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Ok, just because i trust SM/NH1 advice. Don't why i really trust them so much. Probably because you guys have helped me the most when it comes to SW. What is the difference between T5 and MH lighting? Which would you suggest?
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Who's this NH1 guy and why's he cutting in on my wife!?

The best advice I can give you on lighting is to read through Keith's thread from a ways back. I've seen a couple other good lighting threads here too. It's all going to depend on what you want to keep and what kind of budget you have.
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Who's this NH1 guy and why's he cutting in on my wife!?

The best advice I can give you on lighting is to read through Keith's thread from a ways back. I've seen a couple other good lighting threads here too. It's all going to depend on what you want to keep and what kind of budget you have.
NH1, HN1. Whats the difference. The thing is i like the SPS Hard corals, Soft corals, zoanthids, and polyps. So yes, i want it ALL.:-|
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I saw in another thread that you have a 90 corner bowfront. Not only is your tank almost twice the size of ours, but I'd bet it's much taller as well (ours is 18" tall). You may be better off to go with MH... but ask around, and check out some threads around here. Maybe start a lighting thread of your own and get some of the pros to help you.
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Thanks, it is quite deep. 25" i am kind lost at what to do. So maybe i will do that.
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