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Marribelz 06-04-2017 01:30 AM

Hey, I'm a bit special hah. I didn't see how to reply, at first, so I ended up sending you a pm @op. I found this, but I don't know anything about the site yet. http://capricornaquarium.com/product...n-perfoliatus/

Marribelz 06-04-2017 02:44 AM

OK, ignore that link/pm please! I'm a little more awake and realize that's a seller in Singapore. They won't ship to where I live. I'll keep hunting as I'm now interested in this plant as well.

greyuriel 06-04-2017 05:51 AM

Re: Wisconsin Pond Tank
 
@Marribelez What part of the Big Cheese are you in?

aquabillpers 09-17-2018 03:48 PM

Re: Wisconsin Pond Tank
 
The visible leaves of many (if not all) Potamogeton species die in the autumn but the plant regrows from the rhizome in the spring.

P. crispus is an invasive species that clogs many waterways in northern USA. I have caught it and its partner in crime, Eurasian millfoil, many times while fishing in bays of Lake Ontario.

Horrible plants!


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