JasonFox Rainbow Favia?

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  1. Nickusmc0411

    Nickusmc0411 Member

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    Can anyone confirm? And what does it need to thrive?

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    Hitman Active Member R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Build Thread Contributor

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    Can’t confirm it is but mine likes moderate light and moderate flow. I had it in a low light and low flow and I lost a lot of color after the move it’s looking a lot better.
     
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    Looks like a rainbox favia of some kind to me. If its a Jason Fox piece it could also potentially be salted lime favia, sector 1 favia (but less likely) or another of his super colorful favias..Whatever it is, I say get it. I love mine.
     
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    I have few high end favias and they all like low light shaded. My fascination likes both. It just gets crazy colors higher and when lower it still looks nice and changes color. All others when in open light start bleaching
     
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    Spicy lemon favia....
     
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