05-23-2012, 12:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Chesherca
is cool, and pretty easy to grow under low lighting (in my limited experience) - also tends to be fairly easy to find. I say go for it! You'll just have to attach it to the driftwood for a bit until it takes root.
I'd love to see your reef tank! Someday. . . someday I *might* be brave enough to go there, but that won't be any time soon! It IS an entirely different universe from freshwater, and many of the 'rules' are very different. Your tank IS young (lol, mine is, too!) - you'll get it where you want it and be happy with it soon, I'm sure! :)
How would you reccomend I attach it to the driftwood? I have be coming increasingly aware as I proceed with this project about the rift between fresh and saltwater aquariums. One thing that I must say that I prefer about freshwater is the ease of care of the species allows the aquarist to focus more on the aquascaping of the aquarium. Now I'm off to go get picutres of my saltwater for you guys