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Old 03-20-2011, 04:36 PM   #1
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Lighting for corals

Would twin t5 luminaire support any corals

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probably only low light corals.
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probably only low light corals.
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We need to know more. What kind of fixture is it, brand, size, etc? What's the size and depth of your tank?
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We need to know more. What kind of fixture is it, brand, size, etc? What's the size and depth of your tank?
Will that do you my friend...the baulbs are of 2 different colours aqua White and aqua red I'm hoping 2 get some corals even low light ones and something for my clowns to host I've hears frogspawn would be ideal???!!!!

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It's a 20 gallon tank..cuboid..quite deep but plenty of live rock spanning from the floor right up to near the surface I have 2 clowns a valentine puffer a cleaner wrass 2 hermits and a sand sifting star I would like 2 get corals maybe a anomie and some urchins and shrimp and snails

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