No, not the sandy beach bar kind. I have a red-lens flashlight and love to look after hours. The past week or so I've been staying up about 1 to 2 hours after the lights turn off. I'm simply amazed at the life that comes out to play. Reddish looking worms sticking out of a rock and feeding on an adjacent rock. Tiny looking "bugs" with antenae that scurry around, some seem shy to the red light and some don't mind. About the size of a pencil tip and appear to have segmented body, and very fast. Anybody have a clue what they are? I've also seen 6" long flatworms, bristle worms or fireworms, not exactly sure which. Watched a giant worm tonight that checked out a mushrrom and went cruising elsewhere. Also, my snails seem to love the darkness.
I'm sure many of you have enjoyed the first year of nightlife. I think it's really cool!!! 8)
7 month old 100 gallon. Hopefully on my way to a great reef tank. A few small fish and a few small soft corals. T5 HO Lights and ro/di unit.