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Old 09-03-2012, 07:57 PM   #31
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Usually 50/50 actinic daylight is used. I have t recommend d-d giesmann bulbs. I have 4 aqua blue special (11000k) and 4 actinic plus. They're amazing.
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Old 09-07-2012, 01:41 AM   #32
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Okay so I have lights on the way.
My Ph is 8.0, ammonia is 0, nitrites are 0, selenity is 1.026, temperature 80 degrees, nitrates are at 30 to 40.
The small anemone died practically overnight, it seemed. The other looked stressed and like it was going to die too. It had fallen off of its rock and floated to the bottom. I set it back up on a rock closer to the light. Then I did a 20% water change and got some nitrate neutralizer stuff and treated the water and the anemone looks like it is doing alot better, but it lost alot of its tentacles length.
And now I can't find my snail.
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