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Old 11-06-2011, 08:37 PM   #31
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i see, what corals would you put in a 20 long with that lighting
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Lps and softies
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could i get sps and anemenones?
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No sps. I'm not sure about the nem. CAREY?!?!
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I will know tomorrow if they are crappy or not. cant wait to get this new fixture in my greedy little hands! lol
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Lol! good luck.
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what is canopy, can they support anemones, sps and softies
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A canopy goes over the top of a tank...

I know the fixture will support most corals, the more light demanding ones may have to be placed up higher in the tank though. As far as an anemone, I would highly suggest that you wait a bit for your tank to mature. It also needs to have pristine water and stable parameters. i don't believe for the first few months any tank is stable enough for such a delicate creature.
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I'm too scared to get one. If it decided to take a walk....
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