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Old 06-12-2013, 06:39 PM   #1
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Pale Lobo brain

I have a orange lobo that out grew a smaller thank that I have. I transferred it to a larger tank a few months ago. It has slowly lost its flourescent orange and is now a pale orange. It still puffs up good and its feeding tentacle still come out. I do feed it about once a week. It looks great other than being pale. It is under AI vega LEDs. Also a side note. About a month ago I started using GFO and GAC. Parameters are following:

Ammonia/nitrite/nitrate 0
Phospates .02
Salinaty 1.025

Is it too much lights, too little lights etc? everything else lools great. Thanks in advance
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