Apple berry monti

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  1. scuzy

    scuzy Supporting Member

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    What's a good placement for a apple berry?


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  2. boun11

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    In my tank!:D
     
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    coral4me Supporting Member

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    My Apple Berry monti seems to be doing well with a peak PAR ranging from 115 - 140. You may want to start with less PAR and move up over time.
     
  4. tankguy

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    I have mine on the bottom of my tank
     
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    Vhuang168 Supporting Member

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    Towards the bottom. In the 150 par range.


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  6. Ibn

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    Don't have the Appleberry, but have 3 others on the sandbed with PAR never hitting the 150 mark.

    Vincent's sunset sitting in 110-125 PAR.
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    M. spongodes getting maybe 100 PAR. The area is in ~125 PAR, but there's a frag rack above which shades it. It also sits in the battleground between the frogspawn and the blasto. It's been shaded by both before and it's been stung with tissue loss. It's managed to survive and grow (was a pinky size hitchhiker).
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    Orenji danae. In 120ish PAR, when it's not shaded. It's been shaded for the most part as the SPS are slowly growing in (you can see the shadow casted above it).
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