Re: NANFA-- Return of the sea monkeys?

Rhonda Wilson (
Sun, 07 Apr 2002 08:32:37 -0700

Scott Davis wrote:

> There is a Crypt, by the bye, which can thrive in what seems to be a
> hardwater, almost brackish environment in coastal Thailand. Somewhere "they"
> have published a shot of Cryptocoryne ciliata which seems to be tolerant of
> a wide range of parameters. One has been pictured a couple of feet tall,
> having grown out of the water in at least partial sunlight!

This is a great plant for brackish water. It took me a long time to find
some but eventually did. I have it growing in half and half brackish
water. It's the only thing other than hair algae that will grow in it.
And even the hair algae isn't doing that well. :)


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