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    11-11-2018, 05:52 PM
    Do you have a female super red?
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    11-11-2018, 11:35 AM
    There is overlap between the two categories. For example, hydrocoytle and ranunculus are rhizome plants, but do not grow attached to objects.
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    11-11-2018, 08:23 AM
    In planted tank jargon, "epiphyte" refers to plants like anubias, Java fern, bucephalandra, bolbitis fern, and mosses that grow attached to solid objects (wood, stone) and do not like to be planted in the substrate. It's a loose category, and some plants are in a gray area. For example, anubias will grow on stones or wood, and might send roots down into the substrate. Or it can grow along the surface of the substrate as long as the rhizome is...
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    11-10-2018, 07:35 AM
    Great looking tank, it really shows the versatility of rhizome plants. I once saw a tank that had a large piece of wood with a whole garden of epiphytes on it and no other plants. It was one of the easiest planted tanks to care for--if the owner needed to trim or vacuum the gravel, he just lifted the wood out and put it in a tub.
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