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Re: [APD] Replants in pH 7.8

On Mar 29, 2005 1:35 PM, REDRAGON40 at aol_com <REDRAGON40 at aol_com> wrote:
> My daughter has been keeping shellies in 7.8 for quite awhile.  All  our
> tanks are 7.8 except for a very few in which we have rainwater for certain
> fishes.  We have no problem with most plants, but something you might want  to try
> for your plant wall might be Najas guadalupensis.  It thrives in 7.8  and just
> about anything else.  It grows like crazy but breaks apart easily  and can be
> stuffed into loles in eggcrate plastic to form a nice wall.   Another choice
> would be anubias.  You can attach it to rocks, wood, etc  with monofilamet or
> even thread.  It will stay put, grow slowly, and  provide foliar interest
> especially if you get different varieties.   Carol


Thanks!  That is a plant I haven't seen recommended for a high pH
tank.  Appreciate it!

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