Darkish Spot

Discussion in 'Beginner Discussions' started by Meneer, 31 Mar 2011.

  1. Meneer

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    I put a black cover over my overflow to make it look better.

    The result however, is that there is slightly less light in the right rear corner.

    Will there be stuff that I can put there that will prefer the lower light, or should I remove the bottom of the cover to let more light through?
     
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  3. leslie hempel

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    @Meneer you could use this for more non photosynthetic corals such as gorgonians or sun corals. these corals need no light whatsoever to do well but require feeding.

    if its not too dark perhaps a few muchrooms would look good there as they will expand even more to harness light.
     
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