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Glosso eaten

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by rthomas, Jan 2, 2008.

  1. rthomas

    rthomas Guru Class Expert

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    I recently noticed some GSA on some of my Glosso. On top of that I was thinking of slightly rearranging the scape. I cleaned my canister filters and uprooted some of my Glosso. Then I made some small cuttings from those Glosso. I chose those that looks healthy with nice looking shoots and replanted them.

    3 days later I noticed over 90% of the Glosso shoots were gone. And tonite I saw one Black Skirt Tetra nibbling on some of them. However I am not able to see some clear evidence that I could put the blame onto those Tetras.

    Anyway, were Black Skirt Tetras convicted before on this same crime :confused:
     
  2. creighton

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    I've only heard of Columbian Tetras eating plants, but anything is tasty when your hungry enough ;) .
     
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