Amazon Frogbit (limnobium laevigatum)
I have been reading some conflicting information on Amazon Frogbit (limnobium laevigatum). Some people say it likes shade? others that it likes medium to high lighting?
I added a bunch in my 33g tank last week-end. It does not seem to be doing so well. There is about an inch of air between the cover and the water surface. My lighting is directly on my cover. The current pushes all the frogbit in the same corner more or less. The problem i can see, with the way my lighting is set up, is that there is practicaly no direct light on the surface of the water in those corners. And if they are directly under the light.... they would probably burn no ?
Could it survive in a shaded corner ? living off indirect light and the nutrients in the water? ( I dose daily following the PPS Pro method for newbies )