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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-16-2014, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Reddish plant:






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I took alil longer than I thought because my bettas wanted the chopstick I was using. So I was having them jump up to the chopstick to get pellets.
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The greenish one is saururus cernuus i think, im still on the red one.
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The greenish one is saururus cernuus i think, im still on the red one.
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Could the red one be a cousin or something?
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Maybe but probably not, i still cant find it. It could be emersed growth so it will be harder to identify. Im still looking though.
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Maybe but probably not, i still cant find it. It could be emersed growth so it will be harder to identify. Im still looking though.
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Mystery heart plant :P
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If the green one is indeed Lizard's Tail it is a pond plant that can be grown submerged. Yours also looks as if it's suffering from phosphate deficiency which is indicated by yellowing of the leaves.

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If the green one is indeed Lizard's Tail it is a pond plant that can be grown submerged. Yours also looks as if it's suffering from phosphate deficiency which is indicated by yellowing of the leaves.

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Ah well it had some algae on it originally from the store and just recently in my tank the plecco has been cleaning it. So it's dying you're saying or is it okay in my tank where it is? Do I have to get that Comprehensive liquid stuff for it?
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Seachem makes a product called phosphorus, that Wil work.
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Is that safe for snails and shrimp? If it's not I'm not having my inverts dying.
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