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hi all

I have a Micmol aqua air  light on a 10 gallon tank. I am wondering what settings would be best.  I have wave moss, mini moss, fissendens "fox", short and narrow java fern,  and a red moss "callagossa becarri. The tank has been set up about 4 months.  After it cycled I added 2 panda loaches until I decided which shrimp I wanted.  Its quite bright on the factory settings and was great to cycle the tank with, but I think its too much light for the plants and it seems too be a bit much for the shrimp as they hide when it comes on. Any suggestions would be much appreciated

Thanks

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On 2/21/2018 at 7:43 AM, Shrimporama said:

hi all

I have a Micmol aqua air  light on a 10 gallon tank. I am wondering what settings would be best.  I have wave moss, mini moss, fissendens "fox", short and narrow java fern,  and a red moss "callagossa becarri. The tank has been set up about 4 months.  After it cycled I added 2 panda loaches until I decided which shrimp I wanted.  Its quite bright on the factory settings and was great to cycle the tank with, but I think its too much light for the plants and it seems too be a bit much for the shrimp as they hide when it comes on. Any suggestions would be much appreciated

Thanks

 

You could add a plastic lighting diffuser underneath the light :) they're fairly inexpensive 

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