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Old 03-13-2014, 01:12 AM   #1
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Temp for saltwater aquarium

So since I've had my new lights my temp has gone up to 80 is that ok for my 150 gallon has two clown fish ,mushrooms and blue leg hermits.
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Yes that temp is fine
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Thank you very much I figured it was just wanted to double check.
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ive had tanks in the past go as high as 84 never had any issues 80 is fine
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ive had tanks in the past go as high as 84 never had any issues 80 is fine
I've had issues with acropora stn at that high of temps. I'd try to keep it betweent 76-80
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Yea I know I was just saying I've had tanks in the past get that hot before I keep my tanks at 80

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Yeah mine used to get that high as well and my fish were fine. Just feel like a reef does better at a lower temp
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I keep my 90g 81* year round Things seem to grow faster now not sure it was temp difference but it seems to be, used to keep it at 78* nothing grew this fast the 81* was a fluke accident when I was in hospital for 2 weeks , wife fish sat guess you could say good accident
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Ya should be fine I think if not I'll buy a chiller and seaweed if my fiancÚ even touched anything while i was gone everything would be dead lol
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