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Old 04-07-2015, 04:52 PM   #11
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2 bulb unit won't cut it for an anemone. The 30 is basically a taller 20 if I remember correctly and that would put it on the same height as my old 36. I had a 4 bulb t5ho and wasn't able to keep an anemone and even some Lps. So, I'd want either a 6 bulb or simply get one of the cheap Chinese panels for the tank.


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And it's hard to pick a stock list for someone else's tank, we don't know what kind of fish or corals your interested in. But I think a pair of occys, a possum wrasse (yellow banded or tanakas) or pink streaked wrasse, a hi fin or yasha goby with a Randall's pistol shrimp, and a green clown goby sounds like a good stock imo.

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See, I like that. I'll look into that stocking thank you

As to the lighting, I'll look for a 6 bulb one, any recommendations? . Also my dimensions are Height: 24 in
width: 23.9 in
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Stay away from the coralife units. The one I had took an odd size bulb so you can only put theirs in.
If you look up reef led or taotronics on amazon you'll find their panel to be the cheapest option, as they cover 2 ft if tank. Just have to hang it.


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