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Normally I don't use lights on my tanks. I happen to be lucky and have an attached sun room/greenhouse attached to my house so the glass roof usually lets enough light in. This usually means my plants grow much stronger in the summer and hang on in the winter. You can really see the difference in my garden plants where they have to stretch to reach the sun but I never saw any difference in the aquarium plants (other than stopping growth) until now.
I had "planted" a branch with "Windlelov" java fern and all summer it did very well. Covered with leaves and as nice as you could want. Now in winter it started to stretch. It's "Trident" or certainly looks that way. I have that elsewhere and if I break off a leaf of the new growth of "Windlelov" it matches "Trident"exactly. Now I just can't wait to see what happens to both of these varieties as the longer days approach.
I wonder if any one else has noticed any of the varieties of java fern reverting to other varieties? :pout:
 

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When I joined I said I didn't know much about computers. Well I did take a picture- No I didn't clean the glass or set it up but I did get it on my desktop. Now I can e-mail it to you but as far as publishing it?? Wants my URL address?? Help and I'll post it- or I'll try. I see in my origional post I spelt house-hose and a couple of other things I would have done differently so.... George
 

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that did not seem to work although when I clicked on, edit my last remarks, the page showed the address of where the picture was. Of course I couldn't change the size but when I punched in the address on my reply it did bring up the picture. O'well flickr didn't work for me either.
 
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