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Old 05-10-2011, 12:28 AM   #31
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It's just as important in the winter time to keep the temperature up. Some corals that evolved in 80 degree waters don't like temps below 70 degrees.
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Oh yea I wouldn't let it go below 70 that's definately to low.. Its stable around 79
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Another thing is zoomed or whatever now sells fish stuff and they have aquarium fans. Works great unless you have MH lighting.
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Thanks...so far so good
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