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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-06-2015, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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baby BNP question

Hi all, have a bunch of BNP in my planted angelfish tank (90 gal). 2 have decided to breed in the little cave I have for them which is great, however I don't have any ground cover plants currently. I bought the little plastic fry hiding-plants but wondered what a good live option would be for that function? I'd like to keep them (the fry) in the tank.
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All fry should be so lucky as to live in Java moss or xmas moss.
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Java moss is a great idea! I always think of it as a low-light, low-tech plant however - will it do OK in a high-light, high-tech (CO2, ferts, etc) tank? Thanks for the suggestion!
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