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 Lighting for soft corals and clams

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PostSubject: Lighting for soft corals and clams   Lighting for soft corals and clams - Page 2 Icon_minitime8/23/2010, 11:55 pm

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hi i have had had a 125 gallon saltwater tank for about a year now and i was wondering what kind of lighting should i use if i wanna keep clams or brain corals and more of the exotic corals. i have had my frogspawns and pom pom xenia for a year now and no problems but whenever i try to add clams and brain coral or stuff like that they end up dying in about amonth. what do i do im lost when it comes to lighting someone please help i could use all the info i get.
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PostSubject: Re: Lighting for soft corals and clams   Lighting for soft corals and clams - Page 2 Icon_minitime5/3/2011, 1:20 pm

Some guys just have a hard time keeping a clam happy Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Lighting for soft corals and clams   Lighting for soft corals and clams - Page 2 Icon_minitime5/3/2011, 1:32 pm

wildbeanerz wrote:
Some guys just have a hard time keeping a clam happy Rolling Eyes

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lol! lol!
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