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Old 06-28-2005, 06:23 PM   #1
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anenome lighting

I just bought my first bubble tip anenome and it is doing some weird things. When the lights are off it goes completely into its base with no part of it showing, but when the lights are on it is completely out. Maybe this is normal but I am not sure if I am supposed to have a night light for it. THe lighting I have is a coralife PC with the blue and regular lights giving it about 4 watts per gallon. So my question is about the lighting schedule(how long should the day lights be on?) and do I need a night light? TIA!
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It's normal for them to close up. I'd say 10 hrs is a good lighting period, no you don't need a night light.
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