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In my expereince, you couldn't kill it if you tried and would have try
hard to damage it or traumatize it. A friend sent me some from half way
across the US twice. Both times it arrive heathy and strong, and
established well and quickly in the tanks. In the low light tank, it
hasn't grwon much, except to bush out. IN the moderate light tank, it
is growing well after being abandoned floating in a small tank in a
window for several weeks.
Good hearty plant.
> Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 13:13:39 EDT
> From: Cerule9935 at aol_com
> Subject: C. wendtii
> Greetings everyone!
> I have a beautiful stand of red C. wendtii (with many baby plants) that I am
> about to move. I am slowly replacing my plain gravel substrate with Fluorite,
> and this plant is in the last portion of the tank for the change-over. Does
> anyone now how susceptible this crypt is to meltdown? Do they tolerate this
> type of a move?