| | re: TEXAS enacts white list - AGA forward
If you had to self-enforce these lists today, how much volume would you lose?
I'd estimate on my part about 50% in my 55g, about 75% in my 29g. Of course, I could just spend several thousand dollars for the permits.
Actually, Joey, low light tanks would be relatively unaffected. If you look at the list of approved plants, the typical stock for a low light tank is approved.
Basically, all hygrophila is out (Though I didn't see polysperma listed anywhere, not even on the already prohibited list). Most ludwigia and rotala is out. Any newly introduced species won't see the light of a flourescent lamp in the state of Texas for quite a long time, if ever.
At least we get to keep our Cladophora aegagropila. How generous.
Oh and Dracaena fragrans is approved! Does anyone have any Dracaena fragrans in their tank? I'd love to see pics! I say we all show up at the meeting with our Dracaena fragrans tanks.
Seriously, who put this list together?