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who'd have thunk...

That peroxide would kick my Najas in the butt...
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And a day later.

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what concentration did you use?



There are 2 types of people on this forum. Those that have algae, and those that lie and say they don't.
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wow man, if you ever need more I seem to always have tons to spare

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It was a very light dose. Probably less than .25ml/g, I was trying to spot treat some algae on the wood in the tank. That najas never did recover, but I have two tanks that it seems to enjoy growing in.
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On closer inspection...in the second pic, is that Lagenandra meeboldi?

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I just read where H2O2 does that to najas...as well as Riccia and Hemianthus glomeratus (aka Hemianthus Micranthemoides (erroneous), Micranthemum glomeratum, Baby tears).


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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-17-2013, 04:24 AM Thread Starter
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On closer inspection...in the second pic, is that Lagenandra meeboldi?

And if you ever need najas I always have to spare.
I see a java fern, crypt w. Tropica, Ludwigia repens x arcuata, an amazon sword and some hygrophila. I do have an in identified anubias(which I think is related) but that doesn't seem to be pictured.
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its probably the crypt then lol
it was super up close so its hard to tell at times :P

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Of course, always good to know though.
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