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Old 11-14-2010, 11:59 AM   #11
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The orange one is a Ricrodea. Lighting is LED (PacificSun BT-EX 120w x3).

Thanks all. I'll take this week's pics after the water change and before the Giants tackle the Cowboys this afternoon.
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How bout a full tank shot. I'm curoious because I think my diy leds are too bright. Just curious how yours look at full light. Love the clam. All the corals look great. My sps are not looking to good. Thinking its the light.
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Could be too much light change and they need to adjust. It's best to use some layers of screen material and remove one sheet each week until they are gone.

I'll try to get a FTS up later.
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OK, here's some FTS. Not sure about the power and setting of the full light, but I think its 20k at 100%

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