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Old 04-03-2011, 01:17 PM   #11
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I put the anemone on the substrate to allow it to find its own home but it attatched to the front glass right at the substrate. That really didn't work for me. I moved it up onto a rock towards the top. It moved about 6 inches to the left and stuck it's foot in a crack in the rock. It hasn't moved since. It seems pretty happy there. It's eating the food that I offer it.
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you have a 75 gallon tank. i would use 6 or even 8 t-5 lamps (the 48" ones that are 54 watts).
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Ok. Thanks. What about when I move to the 125? What would you recommend for that one?
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8x 6foot or 16 3 footers
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yep. something like that would be ideal. or 3 x 250 watt halides, or quality LED fixtures.
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