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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-06-2017, 02:14 PM Thread Starter
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I don't believe there's any such as "camboba." Although I have seen sites, even those that sell aquarium plants!, call it such.

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I don't believe there's any such as "camboba." Although I have seen sites, even those that sell aquarium plants!, call it such.

https://aquaticplantfarms.com/produc...ba-caroliniana
Yes, that's why I was confused. Googled it to be sure and came to the same conclusion.

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I sent them an email. We'll see if they fix it.

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List of plants below. Will there be enough anarcharis and cabomba to cover the back of a 20 long or should I get more?
-10 Marimo Moss balls
-4 Anubias nana
-2 bunches anarcharis (six 6-in. stems in each bunch)
-2 bunches cabomba (six+ stems, 6+ inches in one bunch)
-1 Amazon sword

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When I got my 20 long, I needed it for my abundance of guppy babies, but I just waltzed into petsmart and found a 20long for 27$ :) now I'm going to re-purpose it for a crested gecko!!

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When I got my 20 long, I needed it for my abundance of guppy babies, but I just waltzed into petsmart and found a 20long for 27$ :) now I'm going to re-purpose it for a crested gecko!!
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4 bunch of stems wouldn't be enough to cover the whole back wall if a 20 long. But you can cut them to 3" each and in two weeks you'd be able to cut more pieces. You'll be throwing away clippings in no time.

Where I'm at, anubias have fairly long rhizomes and can be cut into 2 - 3 pieces. I go by a minimum of 2 leaves per cut, plus good roots (about 1-1.5 cm per cut). Most pieces at least grew 1 new plant. Some amazing pieces grew around 7 new plants. . . . Don't ask why. Not sure if it's the type of anubias (I have 3 types - supposedly).

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Anubias corner. The ones tied to a rock is mainly new plants from a lighter leafed anubias (forgot name). Result of one original plant. There are two types in substrate nana and something - and more pieces.
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Wow! Thanks!
Hm, plants are so expensive, I'll do what you suggest with the clippings. Plus, the time for the growth will give the other plants time to establish and maybe grow a bit more. I might buy a couple more plants just cuz.
Oh my goodness, I messed up! Sorry, four bunches cabomba, not two. Should speed it up a little bit more. I will probably keep clipping and planting until I have enough to have a decent thickness of it when it grows more. Should I put the Amazon Sword among them or just barely in front of them?

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You said you were struggling to find a 20long ? Cause you wanted more surface areas for your betta to breath ?

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