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SCORPIO wrote:Hi Karthik want to know about growth of Crepidomanes. What are its requirements? Procedure to make it submerged...
Sir, I've had no success growing it submerged. But in emersed, it prefers really moist surroundings. Preferably tie it to a coconut shell and leave it in a moist place with good light, it grows well. But is a very slow grower!


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SCORPIO wrote:Hi Karthik want to know about growth of Crepidomanes. What are its requirements? Procedure to make it submerged...
Sir, I've had no success growing it submerged. But in emersed, it prefers really moist surroundings. Preferably tie it to a coconut shell and leave it in a moist place with good light, it grows well. But is a very slow grower!


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So from where aquarists getting it in submerged form. I am growing this plant in emersed form. I am also trying to convert it submerged.
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Lagenandra pink, beginning to show its colours.

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Unread post by SCORPIO » Sun Jul 05, 2015 12:35 pm

Nice. I am also growing some Lagenandra sp plants in my paludarium.
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Unread post by KarthikC » Sun Jul 05, 2015 1:19 pm

SCORPIO wrote:Nice. I am also growing some Lagenandra sp plants in my paludarium.
Thanks sir. Lagenandra and crypts are really growing well in low light also for me :)

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Unread post by rajiv.mcks » Mon Jul 06, 2015 4:14 pm

The moss growth is amazing :) what moss is this ?

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rajiv.mcks wrote:The moss growth is amazing :) what moss is this ?

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I'm not sure at all. Maybe a Java moss!

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Selaginella Red finally showing some red :)

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Unread post by SCORPIO » Wed Jul 22, 2015 1:21 pm

I collected some Selaginella Red from south but it has been dead during transportation. Grow it.
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