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  • Posted on: 8/4/2008 9:26
Planting #1
I'm thinking of planting my mbuna tank, am i right in thinking chilids like to kill plants?

What would a nice selection of plants foe them?
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Re: Planting #2
I think I have read that mbunas will dig up the plants since their natural environment is rocky with hardly any plants you don't need them anyway. Another problem you will have will be the hardness and alkalinity as a lot of plants don't like it.
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Re: Planting #3
they'll eat them, you can tie anubias to rocks as they can last alright, but thats about it really
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Re: Planting #4
Just go for maximum algae.
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Re: Planting #5
Cheers - have a hole lot of algea on my rocks so will leave it at that.
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Re: Planting #6
lol..plastic ones!...or...try java moss...they cant really dig that up..and its soft for them to hide in
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