Dektol is well known for imparting a slight green-ish cast to prints, though not very noticeable except under strong light. It can be neutralized (or shifted to a slight, cold, blue/black) with selenium toning, if pulled before obvious color shift occurs. The "obvious" color shifting characteristics will vary with paper manufacturers, but will normally take cold tone papers to a warmer (sometimes reddish) tone as it continues to completion.
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