Will my lights support......

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    mennazeher04

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    Hey everyone just a quick question. I have a 120 gal tank and I have NOVA EXTREMES 8 X 54W=432WATTS can I support a clam? Is that enough light for them? If it is what level of the tank should it be at?
     
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    Yep.With those lights,you can keep anything you want.
    If you get a clam,place it on the sand bed.It'll be helpful to set it on a small flat rock so it dont attach its foot to the bottom glass.Then you can slowly move it to where want it.
     
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    hey thanks alot Yote, i thought with those lights i could keep just about anything but i just wanted to make sure.

    Hey since i can keep anything, I would like to get a couple frags of SPS. What types are easier than other?
     
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    Montiporas are the easiest SPS. I've always found birdsnest very easy as well.
     
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    +1 Yote and Biff.
     
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