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Re: thin brown appendages

Those appendages are the roots of some new plantlets
that have begun to grow from the older leaves.  If you
leave them on, new leaves will sprout and then you'll
be able to recognize the new plants.

I usually just leave the new plantlets on until they
are large enough to fasten onto something else
securely.  If you remove them when they're too small,
they end up floating all over the tank.  And they're
hard to handle at such a small size.

Gerald Torres

>Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2000 20:22:37 EDTFrom:
>Randliveso at aol_com
>Subject: Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #210

>Help:  thin brown appendages have started growing on
>my Java ferns, near the 
>tip of the ferns.   What is this, and what should I
>do about it?

>Thanks in advance.
>DSDArkansas, home of Presi... oh, never mind

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