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Old 01-16-2009, 03:02 AM   #1
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are they best with high or low lights
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I kept mine at the bottom of my tank and it did very well. I have high light so I guess with where I had it placed it got medium light.
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Be careful with placement, they have some suprisingly long sweepers.
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I kept mine at the bottom of my tank and it did very well. I have high light so I guess with where I had it placed it got medium light.
would mine to well it i place it at the bottom with the lighting i have my tank is not that deep.
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You can give it a try and see how it does. If the tentacles don't extend during the lighting period you may need to move it up in the tank.
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I had one for years, highest spot on my rock work with 440 watts of VHO over the tank. Probably about 7 inches between the top of the coral and the light. It did not grow alot, but LOVED the light. The sweepers can extend well beyond 12 inches.
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