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Originally Posted by DKRST View Post
Nearly all fishes would prefer little or no light above the tank, and lighting is more or less for our viewing pleasure.Some floating plant's will help fishes feel more comfortable and I believe given a choice,,the majority will utilize the floating plant's and or shaded areas provided by tall plant's or thick plant mass over brightly lit tank throughout.
The most important medication in your fish medicine cabinet is.. Clean water.
Thanks 1077 - I agree regarding the low-light preference of fish and I do (now) have some floating plants, and surface overgrowing American Val. I also have a 36" light off-set, leaving a less bright area as a refuge if the fish prefer lower light. with my swords getting larger, the fish spend more time spread over the tank, but as you said, much time under/beween the plant leaves.
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