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  1. traian boala Author

    Thank you so much for doing this series on breeding Acropora. Just a thought: as natural sun light is around 6500k and we light our tanks with 14000k-20000k to mimic the spectrum of deeper water than our tanks actually are, than would not be logic to have also a blue moon light? For my eyes, at least, the color temperature of the moon (in air) is colder than the suns so I would aspect that the spectrum of the moonlight that reaches the corals during the night is even more blue than 20000k. Why whould one use 4100k? I don't say it is not right, I just don't see the logic…

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