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    0 Not allowed!
    can you just attach it to any type of driftwood or bog wood?
    is there any special ways
    should i just let it float
    can it be placed in the substrate

    ive got it floating right now
    80gal (brackish)
    1 baby green sunfish(wild)
    1 crayfish
    2 red-clawed crabs
    1 needle-nosed gar
    1 pleco

    30gal (saltwater)
    liverock
    1 tiny anemone(cant tell exactly what kind yet)
    1 blue-cheek sleeper goby
    2 blue-green chromis

    10gal (planted)
    1 grass-like
    Hornwort
    baby tears
    elodea
    12 juvenile prawn

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    0 Not allowed!
    you might get away with doing all that, but it is such a brittle plant it won't stay long
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    0 Not allowed!
    like it will die off or just let go and start floating again?
    Last edited by Outdoor101; 02-13-2008 at 04:29 AM.
    80gal (brackish)
    1 baby green sunfish(wild)
    1 crayfish
    2 red-clawed crabs
    1 needle-nosed gar
    1 pleco

    30gal (saltwater)
    liverock
    1 tiny anemone(cant tell exactly what kind yet)
    1 blue-cheek sleeper goby
    2 blue-green chromis

    10gal (planted)
    1 grass-like
    Hornwort
    baby tears
    elodea
    12 juvenile prawn

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    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by Outdoor101
    like it will die off or just let go and start floating again
    break at the slightest touch the pieces will float around and grow, might as well let it float.

    If your wanting a plant with similar structure check out NAJAs guadalupensis. It is planted in the substrate or allowed to suspend it will send down roots to anchor itself

    http://www.plantgeek.net/plantguide_viewer.php?id=174
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