NANFA-- Re: Myriophyllum

Mark (
Mon, 22 Jan 2001 21:48:14 -0500

At 12:22 PM -0500 1/21/01, sorinus wrote:
>In Europe aquarists use Myriophyllum heavily as a perfect substrate for
>egg deposition, both for native or tropical species (mostly M.
>brasiliense for tropicals) .

Is Myriophyllum brasiliense easy to grow in an aquarium? Does it require
any special substrate or light intensity? If so, is there a Myriophyllum
that grows easily under most conditions?

Columbus Ohio USA <))><

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