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suitable plants for betas
does anyone know of any good plants for betas :P :D :) :( :o 8)
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Re: suitable plants for betas
Originally Posted by dr heckle
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I've got Rotala indica, Ludwegia repens, Riccia (floating), java moss, and Cryptocoryne retrospiralis in my 5.5 betta tank, Java Moss, Java Fern, Bacopa carolinia, Hygrophilia corymbosa and H. difformis, and Anubias barteri v. nana v. petit in my 10. The 5.5 looks much better. I'm thinking about ripping out the hygro and adding more bacopa and some sags to the 10.
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