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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V3 #299
>Date: Mon, 01 Jun 1998 13:16:09 -0700
>From: Roxanne Bittman <RBITTMAN at hq_dfg.ca.gov>
>Subject: Pablo Tepoot's book
>Awhile back, I saw a mention of Tepoot's book in
>FAMA along with some beautiful pictures from the
You can get the two volumes of Cichlids, Pictorial Guide, by Tepoot, et.
al. through Amazon.com. The first vol. is $52.00, and the second is
Reid Kerr wrote:
>.....My second problem may be related, but I'm not certain. I have Water
>Sprite growing both floating, and rooted. For some time, it grew like
>mad, and all of the growth was green and healthy. However, during the
>last several weeks, it has changed somewhat. First, growth has slowed
>somewhat. Second, my submersed water sprite is developing many holes in
>the leaves, leaving a lace-like effect. Third, my floating water sprite
>is behaving strangely: Any leaves which float directly on the surface
>are fine, but any leaves on the same plants which are actually BELOW the
>surface go a sickly looking yellow/brown/black color.......
The second problem sounds like potassium deficiency or a combination of
nitrogen and potassium deficiency.
Paul Krombholz, in hot central Mississippi, with a high of 97 yesterday.