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Re: Good plant for low part of aquarium
>From: "Simone e Pierluigi Vicini" <psvicini at mdnet_it>
> can anybody suggest a good plant for the low part of my aquarium, I
>don't want to use Anubias nana to fill the lower line and I need a fast
>growing plants wich can stand an high light condition.
The 'chain' swords, E. tenellus, E. bolivianus, or E. quadricostatus will
grow rapidly in good light. Hemianthus micranthemoides is a very pretty,
low-growing, and branching plant that also does well in good light.
Paul Krombholz in sunny, bright, Jackson, Mississippi,