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Old 09-12-2004, 01:30 AM   #1
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Enough Lighting for what corals??

I was wondering what corals I could keep. Heres my lighting.

75g 4ft tank:

4 - 55w 10,000k PC's
2 - 55w antics PC's
2 - 65w antics PC's

The lights are in a total of 3 light canopies.

That is a total of 460w of PC's.

What can I keep? TIA!!

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Old 09-12-2004, 07:17 PM   #2
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I would think anything, except SPS.

46g SW, 65 lbs Fiji LR, 4" Aragamax DSB, Coralife 2X96w CF, CPR Bakpak II, CPR Aquafuge 12 w/ 2x9 Coralife Mini Aqualight, 4 Maxijet 600's, PCI 200W Titanium Heater, 2 Blue Green Chromis, 1 Gold Bar Maroon Clown, 1 Purple-Stripe Dottyback, Finger Leather, Trumpets, Rose Coral Open-Brain, Pagoda Cup, Xenia, Star Polyps, Yellow Polyps, Various Mushrooms, Toadstool Leather, 12 Astraea, 10 Nassarius, 4 Bumble Bee, 6 Cerith Snails, 12 Red Tip Hermits.
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Old 09-12-2004, 07:35 PM   #3
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Based on my PC lighting (2) 96W 10K Daylights and (2) 96W Actinics:

Leathers, Clove Polyps, Ricordia, Shrooms, Xenia, Candy Cane, Montipora (branching type, haven't tried plates), Kenya Trees, Capnella, Zoos, Briarium, Gorgonians ....
55g Reef
(3) Maxi-Jet 1200's, Wavemaker Pro
AquaC Remora Skimmer
100lbs Live Rock
20g Refugium
(1) Scarlet Cleaner Shrimp
(1) Peppermint Shrimp
(2) False Percs
(1) Orchid Dottyback
(1) Lawnmower Blenny
(1) Flame Angel
(1) Spotted Mandarin
(1) Red Brittle Star
(1) Banded Serpent Star

"But then again, fish do tend to eat one another. I often wonder ... if fish get awfully tired of seafood? What are your thoughts Hobson?"
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