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Default New moon lights for 75gal

Here is a pic of the new moon lights I think I am finely done with the lighting...hope you like it and ne suggestions would be conseterd...rob
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Default Re: New moon lights for 75gal

How long do you keep them on? Are you trying to mimic the cycle of the moon?
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Default Re: New moon lights for 75gal

No there only on 3 hours a night from 9pm to 12 they come on just befor the other lights go out and the other lights are on for 6 hours from about 3 pm to 9 pm... I found that keeps the alige in the tank in check...I use them because i like the way thay look and i like too watch the cory's at night when i find they are the most active...rob
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2 bala sharks
1 angels
2 molleis
3 guppies
4 harlequin resboras
5 black neons
12 bleeding heart tetras
1 otto cats
3 siamese algae eaters
2 chinese algae eaters
1 panda corys
3 copper corys
3 pepper corys
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Default Re: New moon lights for 75gal

I never tried it, but some marine hobbyists duplicate the cycles of the moon for certain corals they keep. Many corals breed during certain seasons along with the moon cycles.
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Default Re: New moon lights for 75gal

Very pretty!
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Default Re: New moon lights for 75gal

I really like the looks of moon lights. I have a small moon light in my 55g tank. I may invest in moon lights for all my tanks eventually. Although I have not noticed a difference in my algae growth in my 55g.
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