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Old 05/07/2021, 12:01 AM   #6
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Tenuis can handle an absurd amount of light once settled in. That's the tricky part getting it settled, looks like a maricultured piece. They can be hard to keep alive and it will probably be awhile before you start to get very nice color out of it. There are only a few tenuis I've seen that truly look good under daylight. Most need all blue, even a filter to see what the vendor was taking pictures of. I also feel nutrients play a major role with tenuis, mine look great with elevated levels and are the first to show signs of pale or being very light/pastel when nutrients drop off.


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