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Old 31-08-2011, 06:47 PM   #41
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i have a similar setup like yours outside.

added some fissidens and java moss in. overstocked with guppies.

1. they can survive wo water change for a VERY long time even tho they are living in over crowded condition.

2. they dont grow well though. never reach full potential compared to the one housed inside.
Hi Jest,

Agreed with you pt 1 , they really can multiply and grows faster than indoor.

As regarding your 2nd pt , what do you mean by full potential, as in color of body or body size?
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Old 01-09-2011, 08:44 PM   #42
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IMHO other than fissidens and Java Moss, putting those potted aquatic plants like Amazon Swords, Vallisneria, Wisteria in gravel in those ceramic/clay flower pots with no holes at the bottom, be it in a tank or tub would look pretty natural and beautiful too
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