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unsound

Cuttlefish
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#1
what kind of lights should be used with a bimac i hae a dual light fixure for a 36 inch tank would this be ok dont know the wattage but will i will get that soon

thanks
 

neptune

Haliphron Atlanticus
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#2
IMO -I would use a very low watt florence light strip. Thats what I have on mine, and only 1 at that :)
 

NickA5582

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#3
Lighting is the only cheap part of owning a ceph; most don't need any (I don't think bimacs need light) and don't want it either.
 

Nancy

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#4
Bimacs are more used to light than many other octos, given where they live and hunt.

A lot of us use one fluorescent bulb of about 30 W.

Nancy
 

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