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- Jan 15, 2018
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I've always liked more green in my lighting - lime actually. I still feel that my best success was using the older rapid led borealis (sp) multi channel chips. They had 12 or so lime LED's and with a controller they put out some incredible spectrum and color. Unfortunately I was changing drivers and killed them . I reached out if they could make / source some more but they stopped. Not a popular seller they said so moth balled it.You might like this:
Pretty decent synopses though 2014 so "old"..
Covers a lot of bases..
In fw or sw never found anything definitive that one can "control algae with spectrum".
Doesn't mean it isn't possible, but not where I'd put my odds ..
Maybe red algae since their pigments are quite different and decreasing green spectrum puts them at a slight disadvantage..
A bit more asst. organisms.
Download scientific diagram | Examples of adaptation. Absorption spectra of photosynthetic organisms (in color) and the available light spectrum in their specific habitats underwater (black) at the indicated depths8. (a) Prochlorococcus, which lives at a depth of 120 m in the subtropical Pacific...www.researchgate.net
Need to specify depth..
Mantis shrimp use a variety of visual signals in order to communicate with one another. One set of commonly used signaling structures are the antennal scales; flattened, paddle-like structures deri…arthropoda.wordpress.comAs land-locked animals, when we visualise the ocean our mind’s eye may see crashing waves or a vast blue expanse stretching to the horizon, a raft of …www.sciencedirect.com
Not sure if lime or green help but I make sure all my lights there after have them be it DIY or over the counter. Although I thought I recall reading something in an article somewhere about green spectrum. Maybe I'm mixing it up.