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Old 07-06-2012, 12:02 AM   #1
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Green Spaghetti Leather

I was given some green spaghetti leather, did a little research, found it needs med-high light, went ahead and put it up on my top rock.

I have a 4 x 24w t5, 2 x 10k, 2 x actinic, think it'll be enough light?

And tell me if you think it looks okay, it looks like it went limp..

Even it first went in the tank:
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Any advice is welcome!
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