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Old 02-03-2012, 04:31 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by ItsDubC View Post
Usually when Marsilea species are grown submersed, their leaves take on a single rounded shape. I only see one of those. If that plant is truly submersed-grown and has been for a while, then it may be M. quadrifolia based on the fact that most of the leaves are still clover-like. That being said, are you supplementing CO2 at all?

It looks too tall to be M. minuta (at least based on my experience), but I'm not familiar w/ the Ebi lighting setup.
Thanks for the info. I got this from someone who has had it growing in the tank a bit now. I'm thinking it may be quadrifolia then. I'm just posing excel? Is that not enough?

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Originally Posted by DesmondTheMoonBear View Post
Nice!! Here's my EBI, It's only been up for about a month. It's got some moss, ferns, anubias, floaters, a load of cherry shrimp, some CRS/CBS, and an oto. Still letting things fill out before I do a real scape.
I like it. I want to make my tank more jungly and lush. Are you fertilizing? What's your routine like?


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