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    Senior Member ALRHA's Avatar
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    oh yeah, sorry - i forgot - canadians dont get any sun for 6 months out of the year. you have 24 hours of night - right?
    he he, just kidding.
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    alrha, heay thast right 6 month sun (cold sun) 6 month night (even colder hehe)

    :P

    We also have a verry old and popular product, you find it everywere during the night period of the year, its realy anoying sometime prety sometime looks like poop, its called snow, verry inexpensive but doesn't concerve itself very long. So when you have some you need to use it right away or it just disapear an leave a wet kinda substance called water. We use it for snow pancake (real acadian recipe).
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    ok...how embarrassing...this is what my bf told me...
    they are VHO tho, 120 w...
    too bad I can't tan under them...but atleast they aren't frying the tank!!

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    LOLOLOL!!
    beeble, its good to know they wont melt the igloos.
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    Beeble:

    You have a very similar setup to mine. I have a 55 gallon tank with 6, 30W NO bulbs over it. I keep the following:

    11 different colours of zooanthus
    4 different colours of ricordia
    3 different colours of mushrooms
    Yellow polyps
    green star polyps
    3 different types of leather corals
    2 rose bubble tiped anemones
    Frogspawn
    2 different Caulastrea
    Red Blastomosa
    yellow/orangs sun coral.

    You have lots of choice.

    Check out my photo gallery and view my crappy camera skills.:biggrinbo

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    I'm pretty sure I can get a nice tan off my new light setup. I'll try it once I get the halides on a complete 12 hr cycle and let you guys know if it works.

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    Thanks bristleworm!
    I guess there is alot of choice. It just so happens that everything we have right now seems to all blend together which is giving the tank a really stark look. I shall take everyones advice and look into mushrooms and zooanthus for now!

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    LOL TaCtIkZ!!

    let us know what your tan lines look like!

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    i think i will look into those too, because i am also looking to add color.
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    Beeble:

    Also check out the Marine Aquarium Society of Ottawa or "MASO". There is a meeting coming up on Nov. 30 (check out the MASO group on this board) and it is a great place to meet other people in this hobby, and pick up various coral frags either by trading, or buying. I myself will not be bringing any frags to the meeting, since I have to leave straight from work to get there, but I often have stuff to trade, sell or even give away. If you are looking for mushrooms and zoos, try creating a thread on the frag trading section of this board stating that you are looking for these.

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