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Old 10-09-2004, 07:16 PM
[email protected] davidxanita@yah is offline
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Originally Posted by RedForeman
|| I highly recommend the dwarf Crypt Wendtii, stunning wee plant.
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What?? Speak more of this unknown plant... find it and post links!!!
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Cryptocoryne wendtii ''green'' is suitable for small aquariums. When grown in an open space the leaves will virtually lie on the bottom. Like most other Sri Lanka Cryptocorynes, it also grows well in hard water. Like many other plants, it can be affected by cryptocoryne disease. One way to prevent this is by only leaving the 4-5 newest leaves on the plant when planting. It is a good foreground plant, even in small aquariums. See other Cryptocorynes for further information on the Tropica Web Site, See:

http://www.tropica.com/default.asp

I would recommend Glossostigma elatinoides...

Glossostigma elatinoides is much in demand in Japanese-inspired aquariums. It is one of the smallest aquarium plants, and thus a good foreground plant. A difficult plant demanding a lot of light. Grows upwards if light is poor. Make sure larger plants do not overshadow it. When planting in the aquarium small clumps (approx. 1/8 pot) should be placed at intervals of a few centimetres to help the plants grow together more quickly. CO2 addition and soft water promote growth significantly.

D.