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Re: Crepidomanes sp. fern in submerged form.>>Update 30/12/2015

Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 4:48 pm
by parthapratim22
Is this underwater growth?

Re: Crepidomanes sp. fern in submerged form.>>Update 30/12/2015

Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 4:59 pm
by SCORPIO
parthapratim22 wrote:Is this underwater growth?



At present I have three types of growth:

1. Fully out of water growth.
2. Under water spray.
3. Fully under water growth.

Growth shown in photograph is under water spray. I will soon upload fully under water growth.

Re: Crepidomanes sp. fern in submerged form.>>Update 30/12/2015

Posted: Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:35 pm
by MaZz
Awesome post. Thank you once again for sharing your knowledge.
What does under water spray mean? Does it mean roots inside the water?
Also please give some tips on how to successfully grow and propagate ferns and anubias.
I have heard anubias and ferns grow fast immersed. So if I grow them immersed and put them in the tank submerged will they adapt or will they lose all the leaves and re grow?

Re: Crepidomanes sp. fern in submerged form.>>Update 30/12/2015

Posted: Sat Apr 30, 2016 7:33 pm
by SCORPIO
MaZz wrote:Awesome post. Thank you once again for sharing your knowledge.
What does under water spray mean? Does it mean roots inside the water?
Also please give some tips on how to successfully grow and propagate ferns and anubias.
I have heard anubias and ferns grow fast immersed. So if I grow them immersed and put them in the tank submerged will they adapt or will they lose all the leaves and re grow?


I have typed under water spray my mistake. The correct words are above water spray.

Most of the aquatic plants can be grown immersed but depends on temperature and moisture.

Re: Crepidomanes sp. fern in submerged form.>>Update 30/12/2015

Posted: Sat Apr 30, 2016 9:20 pm
by vikramdutta11
Plants are looking awesome dada. Waiting for the submerged pics. please post those pics soon.

Re: Crepidomanes sp. fern in submerged form.>>Update 30/12/2015

Posted: Sun Dec 17, 2017 7:07 am
by Sourav Bhowmick
I guess these are Marchantia polymorpha var aquatica. this is a very important thread to showcase our native beauty. What is the current update of this plant?

Re: Crepidomanes sp. fern in submerged form.>>Update 30/12/2015

Posted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 12:11 pm
by SCORPIO
Sourav Bhowmick wrote:I guess these are Marchantia polymorpha var aquatica. this is a very important thread to showcase our native beauty. What is the current update of this plant?


No. It is Crepidomanes ps.
Here is the marchantia sp.

Marchantia sp.jpg