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help IDing a plant
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DougGosnell
Tue Aug 17 2010, 08:06pm
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I must have got something in one of those asst lots, but in any case something grew in my 100gal water trough I use for daphnia and filled it up... all 100 gallons... It satys below the water and can be best described as a large fisherman's "crab-nest". you know a bunch of tangled line.

Anyone know what this is?

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Niko
Wed Aug 18 2010, 06:08pm
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Bring some to the meeting ,It sounds like Riccia fluitans great for fry. But I am not an expert but there will be folks that are more versed in aquatic plant life than me. Put a couple of large bags in the auction. see you at the meeting Niko
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rickdotson
Sun Aug 29 2010, 06:09am
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Doug, Did this turn out to be riccia?

Nic, Riccia would seem to be very dense for fry? But is that why it is go good, a place for the smallest fry to hide?
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Niko
Tue Aug 31 2010, 08:27pm
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Fry can and do like that type of cover plenty of cover to hide in . niko
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rickdotson
Tue Aug 31 2010, 11:09pm
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Thanks
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