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Old January 23rd 04, 06:33 PM
Marcus Fox
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Are cabomba, red ambulia, hygrophila polysperma and bacopa monnieri suitable
for use in cold water aquaria?

Marcus


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Old January 23rd 04, 10:09 PM
Amit
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Default Cold water plants

Yes!
I have up on my roof - outside a 20 gallon tank out there in the cold...most
of them are stem plants.
I have there many plants that were trimmed from my planted tanks... - The
are doing fine.
Temperature varies from 12-18 C.



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Are cabomba, red ambulia, hygrophila polysperma and bacopa monnieri

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for use in cold water aquaria?

Marcus




 




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