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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V3 #420
>Date: Fri, 31 Jul 1998 01:41:45 -0700
>From: Steve Pushak <teban at powersonic_bc.ca>
>Subject: Re: planted aquarium with a water temp of 30 degrees Celcius?
>> Could anyone tell me if it is possible to have a nice planted aquarium
>> with a water temp of 30 degrees Celcius?
>Yup. Next question?
Actually, for six months of every year, my planted tank never goes BELOW
30 degrees Celcius.
Fish are all OK, plants not bad either. I asked this question a couple of
years ago, and the only real answer I got was that people thought that the
CO2 would 'escape' from the water quicker than in a cooler climate. I
cannot comment further on this.
From personal experience, much above 40 degrees and all your fish die.
Clown Loaches seem to die at less than 40 degrees!
Some plants do not like warm temperatures at all.
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