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Old 10-22-2004, 12:05 AM   #1
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Corals for NO ?????????

Ok I've got a 55gal with NO lighting.... I've recently gotten a mushroom colony and they seem to be doing well after a week.... I was wondering what other corals if any that I can get with this lighting??????
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How much NO lighting do you have?
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I can't think of any.
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Do you have a double bulb fixture? Where are the mushroms in the tank with respect to the lights?
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I would give it a few months before you try and add any other corals A week is not that long of a time period to know how they will do over time.
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Depending on how many WPG you have, you could probably keep a toad.
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