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Old 09-28-2006, 10:02 PM   #1
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SPS corals in a 125g

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Well, I have a 125g tank...right now it only has some mushrooms, an ocellaris clown, a firefish, a sailfin tang and a yellow tang.

I have it set up with 2 96W 50/50 power compacts, 2 55W 50/50 power compacts and 3 compact fluorecent 32W bulbs and 6 lunar lights for nighttime watching. I believe this totals 398W.

My question is, which, if any SPS corals can I keep under this lighting and would it be a problem if I added an angelfish to the tank, I mean..would he pick on SPS corals? thanks...
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There are very very few sps corals that would do under that light IMO
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Old 09-29-2006, 12:11 AM   #3
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I agree. Some montipora Digitata or some caps maybe.
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I have never had and angel but from what I have:
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I believe, some have had success, but, if I remember correctly, they may nip as they get older.
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I agree that you might not have enough light.
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