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Old 02-12-2012, 05:02 PM   #51
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Start like Half of what you think you need. I say add 5 or so for now. Can always add more. You don't want to over add and have them starve.
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How many snails will I need?
Add a few because you like to look at them, but you don't need any snails.
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How many snails will I need?
How big is your tank, ma'am?
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How big is your tank, ma'am?
Check thread title.
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What is the best lighting for corals and anomones
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Old 02-21-2012, 04:48 PM   #56
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Depends on the tank and what you want to keep. Anemones require intense lighting and really should not be housed in a new setup.

As far as what's best, it's matter of opinion. I happen to like t5's alot and also like LED's, not a big fan of Metal halides though some people swear by them.
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