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Re: [APD] Crypts for brackish
Yeah, ciliata is found in brackish water. I'd guess it's not the only
such crypt, either, but I don't know of the others.
Here's a link that talks about some different plants that are found
in/tolerate brackish water. I'd experiment with the really hardy/fast
growers. Some of them seem nigh unkillable (Hygrophila polysperma
comes to mind):
On Sun, May 4, 2008 at 10:00 AM, <REDRAGON40 at aol_com> wrote:
> I recall hearing somewhere that there is a crypt that does well in mildly
> brackish water. Is it C. ciliata or am I wrong? I have water with two tsp sea
> salt per gallon for my anableps. I would love to have some plants that I
> could use in that tank. What about anubias, Java fern, etc.? Any suggestions?
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