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Old 12-14-2004, 08:29 AM   #11
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Old 12-15-2004, 08:50 AM   #12
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Saltwaterteen, I am almost surprised as you. But I understood the deresa to be the easiest of the clams back when I got it and didn't know anything about light. Not that I know much now, but as it's been with me for 10 months or so, I am a little surpised it has flourished. It seems very happy. Does the little twist every once in a while.
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I am not convinced about the whole "watts/gal." argument anymore. I have a crocea and a maxima under CF lighting and both are doing great. I have had the maxima since July and the crocea since Sept. There was a guy on this site from England, I forgot his sign on name. Anyways, he has been keeping reef tanks for years and had corals, clams and anenomes under NO lighting. I will see if I can dig up some more info.
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Posters user name is rayjay. HE is actually from Canada. He has a link to his web site in his signiture. Sorry, not sure how to put the link here. Just food for thought.
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