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Old 02-28-2011, 04:27 PM   #1
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Would any of these be good for keeping xenias and mushrooms? It is a 30 gallon tank
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The more light the better so that last one is tops if you can afford it. We all start with mushrooms and zenias but soon the coral fevor will get you. LOL
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The more light the better so that last one is tops if you can afford it. We all start with mushrooms and zenias but soon the coral fevor will get you. LOL
Haha I know but I just can't afford halide
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Is there any other opinions on my lighting fixture
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if the 3rd option is UL listed, it should work for you for a good amount of corals.
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if the 3rd option is UL listed, it should work for you for a good amount of corals.
Alright thanks but will the first one work with basic corals.. It says sps and I'm definitely not keeping lps.. Just a thought, also I have a fw planted right now would the 1st or 3rd work with medium light plants?
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