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Attaching Hemianthus micranthemoides

Discussion in 'Are you new to aquatic plants? Start here' started by filipem, Nov 18, 2008.

  1. filipem

    filipem Prolific Poster

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    I tried to get this answered somewhere else. No one there seems to know. I should have just posted here first.

    Is it possible to attach Hemianthus micranthemoides to driftwood? I have a few stems tied to some now but so far on luck. Am i just wasting my time?

    I know that Hemianthus callitrichoides can attach itself to driftwood as well as rocks.
     
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    yme Lifetime Charter Member
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    I have seen it. so: yes, it is possible. :D

    greets,

    yme
     
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    filipem Prolific Poster

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    Wow thanks for the quick response.
     
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    Dear All

    How do you do it ? I mean same way as mosses and anubias or there is a different technique?

    To my understanding HC roots are too fine to lodge them in wood.

    Appreciate if someone can clarify.

    Thanks in advance

    ame
     
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