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I have been seeing some of you post and maby this will ansewer alot of you questions go to ceph care on the top tool bar and you can learn alot of the stuff about octopus. if you dont mind me asking what size tank do you have and what is its history? Nancy nows alot about this stuff so sending her an email and you could get a welth of info octopus need low watted lighting and if you have a nocturnal octo you should get normal lighting and a red light so then you can see them awake