Home
Home
Forums
Forums
Downloads
Downloads
Account
Account
Advertise on IAH
Main Menu   
 
HomeHome  
    Home
Community  
    Forums
    FAQ
    Content
    Gallery
    Reviews
    Surveys
    Topics
Members  
    Private Messages
    Your Account
    Profile
    Members List
Statistics  
    Statistics
Files & Links  
    Downloads
    Web Links
News  
    News
    Submit News
Other  
    Advertising
    Shout Box
    Site Map
    Recommend Us
    Feedback
    Legal Notices


User Info   
 
Good evening 
Anonymous



Register
Lost Password
Username
Password

 Online:   
Member(s):
01lostinlalaland

Guest(s):
02. Guest
03. Guest
04. Guest
05. Guest
06. Guest
07. Guest
08. Guest
09. Guest
10. Guest
11. Guest
12. Guest
13. Guest
14. Guest
15. Guest
16. Guest
17. Guest
18. Guest
19. Guest
20. Guest
21. Guest
22. Guest
23. Guest
24. Guest
25. Guest
26. Guest
27. Guest
28. Guest
29. Guest
30. Guest
31. Guest
32. Guest
33. Guest
34. Guest
35. Guest
36. Guest
37. Guest
38. Guest
39. Guest
40. Guest
41. Guest
42. Guest
43. Guest
44. Guest
45. Guest
46. Guest
47. Guest
48. Guest
49. Guest
50. Guest
51. Guest
52. Guest
53. Guest
54. Guest
55. Guest
56. Guest
57. Guest
58. Guest
59. Guest
60. Guest
61. Guest
62. Guest
63. Guest
64. Guest
65. Guest
66. Guest
67. Guest
68. Guest
69. Guest
70. Guest
71. Guest
72. Guest
73. Guest
74. Guest
75. Guest
76. Guest
77. Guest
78. Guest
79. Guest
80. Guest
81. Guest
82. Guest
83. Guest
84. Guest
85. Guest
86. Guest
87. Guest
88. Guest
89. Guest
90. Guest
91. Guest
92. Guest
93. Guest
94. Guest
95. Guest
96. Guest
97. Guest
98. Guest
99. Guest
100. Guest
101. Guest
102. Guest
103. Guest
104. Guest
105. Guest
106. Guest
107. Guest
108. Guest
109. Guest
110. Guest
111. Guest
112. Guest
113. Guest
114. Guest
115. Guest
116. Guest
117. Guest
118. Guest
119. Guest
120. Guest
121. Guest
122. Guest
123. Guest
124. Guest
125. Guest
126. Guest
127. Guest
128. Guest
129. Guest
130. Guest
131. Guest
132. Guest
133. Guest
134. Guest
135. Guest
136. Guest
137. Guest
138. Guest
139. Guest

Most Ever Online:   
 Guest(s): 464
 Member(s): 16
 Total: 480

Forums Forums:   
 Posts: 338,073
 Topics: 30,427




http://indianaquariumhobbyist.com/community/ :: View topic - Clown FIsh Anemone Problem
Forum Index  |  Search  |  Usergroups  |  Edit your profile  |  Members  |  Log in to check your private messages
Ranks  |  Staff  |  Statistics  |  Board Rules  |  Forum FAQ  |  Log in



Clown FIsh Anemone Problem
Goto page Previous  1, 2
 
Post new topic   Reply to topic   printer-friendly view    http://indianaquariumhobbyist.com/community/ Forum Index -> Marine Fishes
View previous topic :: View next topic  
Author Message
Pritesh890
IAH New Member
IAH New Member



Joined: Jun 21, 2007
Posts: 91


Status: Offline
PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2007 12:55 am Post subject: Re: Clown FIsh Anemone Problem Reply with quote

 @Amod  :  Thanx
 
 Guys  any  specific  brand  of  MH  should  be  used  ?  Let  me  know  the  Companys  name  of  the  MH  you  use   i  am  from  mumbai  and  i  hope  they  should  be  availabel  here  ....  
 
 Regards
 Pritesh..
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
aquascapes
Committed Member of IAH
Committed Member of IAH



Joined: Dec 19, 2005
Posts: 2753
Location: Surat, Gujarat

Status: Offline
PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2007 9:39 pm Post subject: Re: Clown FIsh Anemone Problem Reply with quote

 Hey  Pritesh!
 Sorry  for  the  late  reply  but,  I  guess  the  super  white  light  is  a  good  choice  only  thing  you  need  is  a  combination  of  actinics  instead  of  coral  blue.
 One  more  thing,  out  of  approximately  1000  species  of  anemones  known  to  man  only  10%  of  them  are  good  host  to  anemone  fish  or  clowns
 @Pradeep,
 
                                                 
Quote:                
Azoo  Coral  Blue  and  Super  White  are  just  fancy  names  given  to  actinics  and  normal  tubelights,  so  that  LFS  can  charge  more  for  them.                

 I  am  afraid  buddy,  but  a  company  like  azoo  will  not  claim  something  ficticious,  they  do  come  with  a  colour  temp.  chart  printed  on  the  tube's  packing  and  I  personally  have  used  them  with  excellent  results  -  this  stands  true  for  even  planted  set-ups  (I  mean  the  super  whites)
 @Ks,
 sorry  but,  I  will  stick  to  my  experiences  and  some  bookish  knowledge  with  tells  me  that  Laluprasad  is  right  in  saying  what  he  said  above,  a  carpet  anemone  is  too  much  for  a  rather  smallish  false  percula  to  handle  but,  as  they  say  experience  is  the  best  teacher  I  will  stand  corrected  if  you  can  provide  us  with  pictures  of  the  rather  strange  phenomenon  you  claim  to  have  happened  in  your  tank  (symbiosis  is  a  matter  of  choice,  convenience  and  a  strong  weapon  to  survive)  so  it  can  be  possible  but,  then  again  the  clown  will  always  be  vulnerable  esp.  with  a  carpet  anemone  (probably  one  reason  why  Pritesh's  fish  dis-own  it!)  
 @amod,
 chill  man!!
 
                                                 
Quote:                
Under  strong  lighting(any  spectrum)  if  the  tank  has  ample  nutrients  including  DOA's,  phosphates  and  silicates,  and  if  there  are  no  species  competing  for  those  nutrients  and  no  algae  eaters  around,  thats  when  the  algae\cyano  levels  rise.  Put  a  caulerpa  under  strong  24hrs  lighting  and  have  fun!!                  

 Granted!!  Amod,  provided  the  above  environment  I  would  love  to  see  your  caulerpa  multiply   Very Happy   end  of  one  month  you  will  be  harvesting  a  bald  rock  which  once  hosted  the  caulerpa!!  
 
                                                 
Quote:                
6500K  Mh  will  not  cause  algae  at  all.  I  have  been  using  a  150W  bulb  on  a  60x18x18  of  the  same  colour  for  over  a  year  and  haven't  had  ANY  algae  problems  yet.  it  runs  for  around  5-6  hours  a  day...                  

 Amond,  I  am  sorry  to  interrupt  again....
 lets  get  this  thing  straight  once  and  for  all,  we  are  talking  about  full  spectrum  lights  and  not  just  6500!  Do  you  club  actinics  with  the  6500*K  lights?  If  so  why?
 People  desire  for  10000*K  +  lights  for  reasons  more  than  just  growing/not  growing  algae   -  one  of  the  reason  is  asthetics.....of-course  just  one  of  the  reason  but,  important  enough  to  mention,  I  mean  that  is  one  of  the  biggest  reason  why  people  up-grade  to  marines,  don't  they?
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message Send e-mail Visit poster's website Yahoo Messenger MSN Messenger
cokeamod
Regular Poster on IAH
Regular Poster on IAH



Joined: Jul 16, 2005
Posts: 819
Location: Thane, Mumbai

Status: Offline
PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2007 12:19 am Post subject: Re: Clown FIsh Anemone Problem Reply with quote

                                                   
Quote:                
 one  of  the  reason  is  asthetics.....of-course  just  one  of  the  reason  but,  important  enough  to  mention,  I  mean  that  is  one  of  the  biggest  reason  why  people  up-grade  to  marines,  don't  they?                

 
 Totally  agree,  but  i  just  meant  regarding  the  myth  that  a  6500k  is  an  algae  growing  'colour'  temp,  just  wanted  people  to  know  that  algae  growth  is  not  'only'  dependant  on  the  kind  and  intensity  of  the  light.
 
 
                                                 
Quote:                
 provided  the  above  environment  I  would  love  to  see  your  caulerpa  multiply   Very  Happy   end  of  one  month  you  will  be  harvesting  a  bald  rock  which  once  hosted  the  caulerpa!!                  

   Chuckle  Well  to  be  honest  currently  i  am  getting  some  good  growth  in  one  my  caulerpa  sumps  with  ample  no3  level  and  24hrs  cfl  lighting.  But  anyway,  i  just  wanted  to  tell  him  the  point  of  excess  nutrients  plus  wrong  light  and  no  uptake  =  unwanted  algae  and  clear  the  myth  of  only  wrong  light  =  unwanted  algae.
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Display posts from previous:
Post new topic  Reply to topic   printer-friendly view http://indianaquariumhobbyist.com/community/ Forum Index ->  Marine Fishes All times are UTC + 5.5 Hours
Goto page Previous  1, 2
Page 2 of 2

 
Jump to:  
You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum
You cannot attach files in this forum
You cannot download files in this forum




Powered By: phpBB © 2001 - 2006 phpBB Group
Nuke-Evo Conversion By: Evo-Themez | iCGstation v1.0 Template By Ray


[News Feed] [Forums Feed] [Downloads Feed] [Web Links Feed] [Validate robots.txt]


Forum Modification Pack by Revolution-Mods.

PHP-Nuke Copyright © 2006 by Francisco Burzi.
All logos, trademarks and posts in this site are property of their respective owners, all the rest © 2006 by the site owner.
Powered by Nuke-Evolution
[ Page Generation: 6048 Seconds | Memory Usage: 2.72 MB | DB Queries: 83 ]

Do Not Click