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Old 10-07-2004, 09:32 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by flanque

I have access to regular flurescents, compact flurescents and metal halloids, but I only have the light fixtures for regular flurescents.

I really think I should add another white light as I only have 1 white and 1 blue light on them at the moment.
Adding additional NO lighting will have very little if any possitive effect. If proper reef lighting is available to you then that is your best (and should be your first) choice. For the tank you have, a 4x65w PC light set up would be the minimum to keep these animals healthy and thriving.

Regular fluorescents do not have enough intensity to penetrate the depth of the tank.

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