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Old 01-17-2012, 11:04 PM   #1
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T-5 lighting

Well i need help with my lighting. right now im useing a T-8 10,000k bulb and it seems to be doing the trick( for now) and i was looking at a T-5 system with 1 bulb and a big LED ill post the link all the help i can get will be the best thx.

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Old 01-18-2012, 12:14 AM   #2
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sure but for corals that will really only be enough for mushrooms
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well will it be fine for coraline algae?
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The question should be, "How can I NOT grow coralline algae?" I had growing just from the stock lighting for FW tanks.
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well will it be fine for coraline algae?
It will grow but it might not be that bright of a color.
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can it be blue and pink?
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I've never seen blue but definitely pink. Mine is a dark purple, very pretty to me.
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