02-14-2019, 04:18 PM
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| | Re: Carnivorous plants aquarium
Originally Posted by Michael
Hoppy, be careful what you ask for! Utricularia gibba can be a serious pest in the aquarium, on the order of duckweed or hair algae. And it only eats microorganisms. U. radiata would be easier to manage, but requires low pH. I don't know if anyone has tried it in aquaria.
yep, i can confirm this. i have it. (the really invasive type)