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Old 11-08-2006, 10:54 PM   #1
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O2 solubility?

Yesterday I removed all my Hygrophila difformis and Aponogeton's to make room for some plants I have coming in the mail.

Today I removed a lot of my Asian ambulia because it just looked bad. (note: do not continually trim a stem plant at the top or it will only be bushy at the top, duh.) I replanted it so it will be bushy all the way up, instead of just at the top.

After removed a good portion of my plant biomass, my other plants are just loving it, so I just had to show you. (I'm sure the algae is liking it also )

Look how cloudy the water is. LOL. Notice the water surface!


Just a closer shoot. Can you say simmering.


This is a common milfoil. I have never seen it like this before. I read about someone else removing Hygrophila difformis and seeing great results also.


The underside of the leaves on my Ludwigia repens are filled with O2.


Couple picks of one of my Swords pearling aswell.



I think Brazilian pennywort shows pearling the best.



Just thought you guys/gals would enjoy something to look at. Randy.
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Nice. Your l. repens has got a serious algae thing going on

My pennywort is also the quickest to pearl... Awesome plant.

What is that plant behind your pennywort in the last photo?
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Nice. Your l. repens has got a serious algae thing going on
always does when its that close to the light (my tank is far from perfect). time to get the cutters out.


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What is that plant behind your pennywort in the last photo?
Asian ambulia
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