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Glossostigma and Dwarfs

What Erik didn't say was that in the 75 gallon tank with Pelvicachromis
pulcher (or was it a taeniatus), the dang Krib systematically pulled up
all of his Glossostigma, in a side tank that had no fish but connected so
same water and CO2 (different lights) we had beautiful growth (this was
for about a year until we added fish and micranthemum which out competed


On Mon, 28 Jan 2002, Erik Olson wrote:

> On Mon, 28 Jan 2002, Somebody at The Jones Camp wrote:
> > Erik, do you mind if i ask you for your 2 cent's worth on successful 
> > parameters for the glossostigma?
> Don't keep it in a tank with Pelvicachromis taeniatus (see, there IS a
> dwarf angle on all of this!).  Seriously, I've not had very spectacular
> results with Glosso yet; it kind of just limps along and tries not to get
> picked at by the fish.  After seeing Amano's aquascaping workshop at the
> Aquatic Apisto...err...Gardeners Convention last fall, I'm giving
> foreground plants like this another go by removing all the shade and
> starting with better stock.  I may have something to report back in about
> a month.
>   - Erik

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