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the ones coming in... are they long or short? if it's long it's been growing emmersed, and will look like regular clovers :)

It will take a while to for it to covert back to submersed.

Is there a lot of current in the bottom strata of the tank?


Is there any reason you don't want to try glosso? they're similar in shape.
 

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as glosso it propagates via stolons ( horizontal stems), it generally grows much faster than marsilea and has a softer look (you said you had high light and CO2 which will be great for this species)
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I have some m. quadrifolia which I'm growing emmersed... a very interesting plant.
 

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Sorry I couldn't advise you much on an emmersed -submersed transition.
I've only done it the other way around. lol...

another nice carpeting plant would be Hermianthus glomeratus :) I do a non-CO2 carpet with that one XD
 

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glosso might...
Marsiliea shouldnt have a problem growing in submersed form in the shade. it is generally a low light, low tech carpeting plant :)
 
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