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Re: Bolbitis heudeloitii
10-4, I had some once in a 84f discus tank and it withered away until I
moved it to my 76f tank. Now it does OK.
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 1999 00:02:16 EST
>From: IDMiamiBob at aol_com
>Subject: Bolbitis heudeloitii
>I just received a shipment from Pets Warehouse including a Bolbitis
>heudeloitii. It doesn't appear to have much of a root system. Do I plant
>this in the substrate, or should I tie it to a piece of driftwood like it
>Java Fern? Would a piece of coconut shell work?
Bolbitis is planted,as u've mentioned,like Java Fern. U can tie its rhyzome
(fishing line works!) to wood or rock. I don't know if coconut shells
work,as they might ROT underwater.
Bolbitis is very much a low light,low temperature plant,growing pretty
slowly,much like Anubias sp. (or java ferns) :-)