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Old 08-07-2017, 05:46 PM   #1
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Aqueon light for coral

I was gifted with an Aqueon optibright 48-54 for my 90 gallon tank. I have tried to find reviews on the light where people tested it for coral, but I haven't found anything. I current have my coral and fish in a different tank, but will be moving them to a 90 gallon in a week or so. I don't plan on having any lights that require very high light. All I currently have is some zooanthids, mushroom coral, and green star polps. Would this light be okay for these corals. Even if I put them mid way in the tank on the rocks? I would return it, but I don't have any receipt to do so, so I hope it will work! The box says low to med light coral, but I wanted more proof.
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Without doing any research on the light.. I'd say probably not. Aqueon makes nothing impressive..
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I can't find any kind of information on this light what so ever. The only coral I have currently is zoanthids, mushroom coral and green star polps.
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I'd get something else.. 2 mars aqua panels will do it for you.. obviously better options, those are proven budget lighting for all coral.
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