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Old 03-14-2004, 11:59 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I find that so-called low light plants like Anubias, java ferns, Bolbitis, mosses will thrive under high light conditions, provided other parameters are good (temperature below 28C, regular fertilisation, good water circulation, ample CO2). I have a Anubias nana perched on a wood just below the surface and reciving the full force of about 150W, which quadrupled its bulk in 4-5 months, with no spot algae. The nearby java moss and bolbitis also spread wildly.
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