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Old 11-07-2013, 09:34 PM   #11
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I don't think I'll have the lighting for corals. Unless the light I posted above will work then I won't have lighting that works
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Old 11-11-2013, 11:37 AM   #12
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Here are a couple pictures after I added some liverock. I also have a few pieces of dry rock coming from bulreefsupply in a few days so when I get them and aquascape them I will post more pictures as things progress.
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Old 11-11-2013, 01:02 PM   #13
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I love big pieces if live rock. Use that guy to hide your heater if you can. Just move it infront if it. Be careful not to smash it if course.
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Yeah, I plan to eventually. As soon as the dry rock gets here I will do some aquascaping to hide some stuff. I'll probably start a new thread to track the progess of my nano.
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If you are looking for a smaller less bulky looking powerhead, try a Koralia Nano. With your hob filter, one of those would add plenty of flow. They are about the size of an egg. I use them in my tank, and I love them!
As far as lights go, I don't think those reef sun bulbs will grow any coral, but should be fine for a FOWLR tank.
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Yeah, the lighting was the best option with what I had. It still gives me a great look I think. The problem is when I researched the bulbs it seems that no one has reviewed them online yet. I might eventually try to grow coral with them so I can advise people in the future of their potential.
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