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Old 05-02-2015, 05:01 PM   #1
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Looking for thoughts. Picked up this pink tipped conde today is that what it is? Added some cuc and wife couldnt pass on it. 20 dollars a fair price? Thanks guys.

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It looks like a condy. To me, 20 is too much as I'm not personally a fan of them.
My only concern is that if you don't have intense lighting it will starve to death, and I'm not getting that sense of being the case.


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Thanks. I have HO T5. You think that will be enough? I couldnt find anything that really stated a specific requiment some places say its required some say lighting is not so important. Lfs said it should be fine for the 90 gallon tank.

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IMO most nems are light demanding(photo synthetic) then true feeding(food stuff?).
What fixture T5 HO are you using?
90 is pretty deep?
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It a dual bulb colarlife. 100 watt i belive. Wont he move to a higher spot if need be ?

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I had a 4 bulb t5ho on my 36. It wasn't enough light. So you won't have enough on a 90.


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It will not be able to move high enough to matter. You don't have enough light. The people that say light is not important for anemones were incorrect.
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Is there a certain watt per gallon i should go for?

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Not really, it depends on depth of the tank, the light's efficiency, and the creatures you intend to keep. If you are using T5HO, I'd want at least a 6 lamp fixture over a 90, but ideally 8. I'd also have high end lamps in the fixture (ATI or Giesemann).
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Can you point me to a fixture to use led? And would prefer a single fixture. ? Im not looking to really get in to corals but anenimes yes.

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