04-28-2007, 12:01 AM
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Re: South American Setup
That's okay, matey. All of us do ask a lot of questions.:)
Originally Posted by Twisted_Angel
First off, let me say sorry that I have been asking so many questions, and changing my mind so much.
How about the Echinodorus species? Eleocharis is also another plant native to Amazon. Cabomba and Myriophyllum fit the biotope as well. There are setups using Salvinia for floating plants.
Anyways, I am setting up my aquarium (if I ever finally get it) as a South American biotype. Could anyone suggest aquatic plants native to South America, along with their difficulty level? I would like to get some live specimens of the easier species, and for the harder ones I can always get plastic.