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water temp

unsound

Cuttlefish
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hi everyone
i have a question on water temperature with a bimac.i plan on getting a chiller.what is the best temperature to maintain for an octo?
i read a post that said u can go as low as 60

thanks
jay
 

oscar

Vampyroteuthis
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i have heard that lower water temps promote longer life in cephs - but then i spose you dont want to go too low either so im sticking with colin on this - he knows his stuff!!! :notworth:
 

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