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Old 08-18-2006, 08:44 AM   #1
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Hullo again!
Ok, I currently have 48" lunar aqualights which consists of 2-10000k Daylight compact fluorescent bulbs and 2-10000k True Actinic compact fluorescent bulbs and 4 Lunar Blue Moon Glow LED 3/4 watt bulbs. Is this enough for corals in a 75 gallon tank, 20" high, 18" deep. If not I'd like to add some metal Halide but I'm not sure how much I need and I'd still like to keep what I have to complement the halides or vise versa.
Also whats the difference between screw in and those little double end bulbs?
Finally, I'd like to do this without spending a fortune :-p
thanks again
  • 75 Gallon Tank 48x18x21
  • Remora Pro skimmer with Mag 3 pump and prefilter
  • 2 Aqua Clear powerheads with filters
  • 48" Coralife lunarLights
  • Wavemaker powerbar
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Old 08-19-2006, 11:57 AM   #2
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What you planning on having the tank? FOWL, Reef w/LPS/Softies/SPS?
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