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Old 02-21-2013, 09:13 PM   #51
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120 Watt leds on mine and its looking better. It was under t5 ho when I bought it.
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:20 PM   #52
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Nice! A lot of people say 4 bulbs aren't enough. I'm hoping it will be. My nems like 7 inches from the surface
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Yeah id say your going to need to get rid of the nem or upgrade the light
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Hmm..idk. I kept a bubble tip anemone healthy for a year under my setup. Hopefully all is well in the future.
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Has anyone seen this before. I was feeding my nem and out of no were a bristle worm snatched the peace of shrimp right from its mouth!
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Hmm..idk. I kept a bubble tip anemone healthy for a year under my setup. Hopefully all is well in the future.
Nems can life a year or more under poor lighting, they just slowly go down hill till they hit a point, they may live forever in their natural environment, no one knows how long they live, at 5 years you can assume your conditions are right.
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Never seen a bristle worm snatch it but my cleaner shrimp will snatch food from anything! Its hard to feed my brain coral. I gotta keep the shrimp preoccupied.lol
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