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Old 12-28-2014, 01:50 PM   #1
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Reptile light on FW tank

So I got a new tank a few months ago at a yard sale. 29g with hood for 20 bucks.

The tank is cycled, fish and plants doing great.

But the light from the hood is a different "spectrum" than I am used to seeing. I think this tank was used as a reptile tank.

Is the light spectrum, if I am right, going to harm anything? The plants are loving it! So I am loathe to switch it out. It's crypts and anubias, so hardy plants.

Just curious.

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