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sand problem

stef27-2008

Pygmy Octopus
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ive just found out its algie coz ive got a new tank got to do a big water change then after a wk take in a water sample then put some stuff in with my filter
 

Joe-Ceph

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#3
You are right to address water quality. You may also want to consider giving your tank less light. Octopuses don't need much, and if you shorten the duration and/or reduce the intensity of light, you'll grow less algae, even if your water quality is bad.
 

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