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Thread: Coral lighting

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    Hello, I have a 29 gallon biocube reef tank. Currently I have 4 different corals in the tank frog spawn, and I'm unsure of the other three. We have been using the standard lighting system and the corals seem to be growing, should we use different lighting? thanks.

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    If it ain't broke, don't fix it...

    Without knowing what corals you are keeping, its impossible to tell if you have enough lighting for them. However, if they are growing then obviously it is sufficient. Just make sure to change out the bulbs at appropriate intervals.

    I wouldn't really recommend getting any higher light demand corals, if your biocube has the CP lighting the specs indicate. Thats just me tho, at only 19" deep presumably you could place a high demand coral where it could receive sufficient light.

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