I seem to get mixed responses when I look for information on how hot (or cold) tank water should be for a saltwater aquarium. I eventually want to house some clownfish, firefish, snails, and maybe some smaller corals a year or so from now. When I check www.liveaquaria.com
it shows that the ideal temperature for those fish is anywhere between 72-78 degrees. However, with my tank set up and running vented PC
lighting 12 hours a day and with the current heatwave outside its been staying more around 80-82. Will this be a problem when it comes time to add lifeforms? Being that this is the hottest it has been in the room that the tank will stay in I don't foresee it getting any hotter. Will this ever be a problem?