- 11 Jul 2007
- Chicago, USA
Mark, if the roots were still white you had a fighting chance of recovery. The first suspect in any type of tissue loss should always be CO2.saintly said:Dan Crawford said:Was that the Staurogyne? strange, it just grows and grows in my tanks, real slow but it still does well. Shame that pal.
yup! it was showing new growth, the all of a suden every leaf dropped of it. ive pulled it out and it had roots at least 3 inches long healthy white ones. its in the bin now
I trust Dave's assessment on this one. There is no way that plant is R. wallichi which typicallylooks something like this:saintly said:Dave Spencer said:That stem plant looks like Rotala sp green to me. It definitely isn`t HM.
well the ticket from aquafleur said rotal WallichLi. im still no wiser as to what it is,im realy not happy with the way i keep buying one plant and finding out its sometrhing else.i dont get that with tropica. i just know i like the look of it and its growing. i dont hink now im going to go with vivipara. im liking the stems it gives it a totaly different look to the usual iwagumi thats planted with just hc and a bit of grass