- 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: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 nowDan 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.
I trust Dave's assessment on this one. There is no way that plant is R. wallichi which typicallylooks something like this:saintly said: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 grassDave Spencer said:That stem plant looks like Rotala sp green to me. It definitely isn`t HM.