Reefless to an extent

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  1. Wetty

    Wetty Rockford Fosgate Fish

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    a curious Q.....say now i decide to stick with anenomies for a while untill I go full on reef. Do I need the same amount of light and intensity? Can I use less lighting in the sense of globes or tubes?
     
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  3. Rory

    Rory Admin MASA Contributor

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    Absolutely not. Anemones require very good lighting.
     
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    Wetty - you want to decide to keep a very difficult animal - for a nenny, you need a lot of light - MH. If you got fish only, then light is not important but ennies require good light an a lot of it - they also need good/perfect water

    IMHO - do not keep a nennie - most people loose a nennie and loose them due to inexperience, bad water, bad light, powerheads, ....
     
  5. Wetty

    Wetty Thread Starter Rockford Fosgate Fish

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    i see. pity though...saw a cool one I really wanted
     
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