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nmro 03-22-2013 04:17 PM

Help - riparium high water and low humidity
 
Hello, I am from Portugal and here the style riparium is undeveloped but once I knew this world was blown away.
I have a 90 gallon aquarium triangular where the main fish are Geophagus, as they are always digging the plants do not withstand rooted, so I knew the style riparium saw that was what it meant to really like plants, like turning the aquarium into a riparium with high water and low humidity, needed help to aquatic plants that require little humidity to grow as it emerged.
Excuse the clothes pegs, was just as glued to hold the bar, this is the aquarium and the plants would be in the level of water


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nmro 03-22-2013 10:43 PM

this is the tank and what I intend is to put plants above the waterline than researched aquatic plants do well in the form emerged but need a lot of moisture, like to know which ones can withstand humidity less? and sorry for my english

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AirstoND 03-24-2013 02:38 AM

Spaths or peace lily, transdescantia, dieffenbachia, and many, many more.

As long as there's air circulation around plants, and no stagnant, sunny, hot and dry air they should be OK.

If you're comfortable, so are the plants:smile:


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