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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-12-2003, 12:51 AM
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Some kind of Najas grass maybe?

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It has a texture like hay not easily broken.
It has red, yellow and green leaves as well????
I have never seen any najs like this

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look like tennellus to me
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Thats what a few people have suggested. It is much more thick than any tennelles I have had but it could be red tenneles is what has been suggested. It does not grow fast like my micro tenelles

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Tennellus will turn red if the light is strong ans can be quite bushy. The one I have is around 2-2.5 inch long for the leaf.
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