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Old 06-12-2015, 01:53 PM   #1
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Deep Water Acro

Question, what would make my deep water acro loose it's colored tips? I bought one like 6 months ago and put it on the sand bed. It was mostly white/beige with purple tips. the tips have faded and now it's all one color, the white/beige color. It's still growing and the tissue is alive, not bleached just faded away. How would I purple it back up? Move it higher? Is it under too much light? Anyone dealt with deep water acro in the past?
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