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Re: AUS pairs
Sounds like I should get some water sprite. Right now I have a bunch of
java moss in all my tanks. If I have any extra I'll try to bring some to
the next BAKA meeting Mr. Huntley :-) . The java moss I've found is
great for mid to low range coverage but there's absolutely nothing
(apart from mops) at the top (that's not good considering 2 of the fish
in there are extremely jumpy). In any case now I have extra room my
community tank and have got to figure out what to breed in there. . .
Killifish, Guppies, Corys maybe? . . . ;-)
> hascallk wrote:
>> thanks for the info! now that I think of it I found another spare
>> female so now I have 3 females and 2 males (plus an extra male in my
>> community). Just another question. . . what kind of plant cover do
>> you reccommend? I don't have any, but would be willing to buy some
>> from someone on the list? Please contact me off list for offers.
>> (hascallk at pacbell_net)
> Kristi, you and I are in competition for it, so I'm not about to
> tell you where to get more Java moss. :-) I'm just getting going again
> and need some, too. It took me a while to find that my water here was
> suddenly too soft, so a lot of what Sue and others gave me died or
> just didn't grow very well. :-(
> I prefer it to all other plants for hiding-cover low down. In more
> decorative plant tanks, thick growths of Crypts, Chain Sword,
> Glossistigma, etc. can work. Bushy growths of Hygro are good, too.
> For Epis and other surface-oriented fish, floating Water Sprite is great.
> The plants are best, but if they are sparse just wind up a few more mops.
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