Eyeless Potato Posted October 7, 2020 Share Posted October 7, 2020 I bought a 20" Finnex Stingray (1 - without the moonlight feature) for a standard ten gallon tank. Holy Moly, the light is intense. I think it is actually too bright for the fish, as they all immediately cowered in shadows of plants and rocks. As a temporary fix, I placed tissue paper on the glass to diffuse and block some of the light. I don't anticipate this will work long term, as tissue paper and water will likely just cause a mess. So the questions are: (1) Will the fish eventually become accustomed to the more intense light, or (2) Anyone know where I can find an opaque piece of plastic that I can cut to size as a more permanent solution? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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