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    ludwigia repens would be a great fast grower, looks great in my 10g, with a 15w powerglo, no c02, no ferts. All others listed in the other replies are good suggestions as well, so if you want, you can stock your tank up and do some research on a more advanced level of plant keeping. Good luck, and have fun with it.
    -75g FW community, planted
    -10g FW guppies, planted
    -44g Terrarium, tree frog, various plants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug z
    Yup, these are good, too, but they are slow growers, so better if you have some algae eaters to help keep the leaves clear..

    How's the growth of your been, karbomb?
    not to jack the thread, but since i got my new lights each anubias plant has gained 2-3 leaves and i think more are still coming. they get bigger with each leaf too :)
    10g- planted freshwater
    10 gallon freshwater, planted tank
    1 Redigobius balteatus (rhinohorn goby), 2 Trichopsis pumila (sparkling gourami), 5 mircorasbora erythromicron (emerald dwarf rasbora), 1 Celestichthys margaritatus (celestial pearl danio), 1 Dermogenys pusilla (wrestling halfbeak), 6 amano shrimp
    lots o malayn needle point snails
    3g- freshwater
    java moss

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    Yup, better lights sure help..
    75g - 20 cardinals : 7 panda cory : 5 Julii cory : 9 zebra danios : 1 CAE : 2 SAE : 2 yo-yos : 1 BN
    25g: 5 long-finned zebra danios

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    Quote Originally Posted by xoolooxunny
    ludwigia repens would be a great fast grower, looks great in my 10g, with a 15w powerglo, no c02, no ferts. All others listed in the other replies are good suggestions as well, so if you want, you can stock your tank up and do some research on a more advanced level of plant keeping. Good luck, and have fun with it.
    ludwigia repens from personal experience is not a beginner plant. it takes a long time to root and any agitation in the tank make cause them to uproot. they also need very high lighting and CO2 (as a stem plant) to thrive.
    10g- planted freshwater
    10 gallon freshwater, planted tank
    1 Redigobius balteatus (rhinohorn goby), 2 Trichopsis pumila (sparkling gourami), 5 mircorasbora erythromicron (emerald dwarf rasbora), 1 Celestichthys margaritatus (celestial pearl danio), 1 Dermogenys pusilla (wrestling halfbeak), 6 amano shrimp
    lots o malayn needle point snails
    3g- freshwater
    java moss

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    For a bginner plant I would get an easy stem plat, like anacharis, just to see how it does. Another very awesome beginner plant is cryptocorynes.
    CORRECTED video of my fish. This link works. For sure. Really.

    Tanks:
    20g long: 4 panda cories, 1 honey gourami, 1 apistogramma borellii, 1 male cacatuoides
    20g High: 3 bolivian rams, 12 rasboras
    8g hex: empty
    5g: empty

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