Originally Posted by Tkey3425
The only thing I have noticed between running my moonlights and blacking out the tank would be that my anemones stay out if I keep the moonlight on and since I have started blacking out the tank at night anemones haven't moved and have almost doubled in size. So it may be coincidence but that just what it seems like is going on in my tank. BUT I also have a saddleback clown that hosts the nems so that may be the reason for the growth as well. Like Mr.X says it's purely for personal aesthetics and I've actually seen better results from a dark tank at night.
That's interesting. I will definitely black out the majority of the night anyways, because we aren't up in the room it will be in past 11 (that's on weekends
) so I can get the best of both worlds!