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Old 11-29-2011, 09:16 PM   #11
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25 gallon bowed front. its approximately 2 feet long, a little over a foot deep and like 20 inches tall
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25 gallon bowed front. its approximately 2 feet long, a little over a foot deep and like 20 inches tall
Yep go with an Eco exotic stunner 24" and reflector. You'll be amazed. The rims of my Zoa's glow.
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additionally, how does it work a a moonlight because i actually think the marineland is too bright for a moonlight. because the light was designed for both the blues for day and really look alittle too bright at nighttime does not mimic that dark blue produced at a real reef
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additionally, how does it work a a moonlight because i actually think the marineland is too bright for a moonlight. because the light was designed for both the blues for day and really look alittle too bright at nighttime does not mimic that dark blue produced at a real reef
It's not really a moon light unless used on a large and longer tank.
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