I don't have very much substrate so I barely buried it. Where the plant went in at first is pretty close to the ground, the canopy is forming from all the new shoots. BTW how does selaginella reproduce, i'm getting alot of new small shoots popping up all over the tank, mostly in the sand in the water section.Dancing frogs said:Looks good, how is the salaginella planted? I like how it forms a canopy...mine is always closer to the ground.
I've been trying to propagate the clippings, only thing I've found that helps is if the substrate is constantly moist. It doesn't do too well if it dries up. This is just my short experience though.mydumname said:My selaginella went to craps. What can I do to get it to grow?
I never had luck at first either, then I heard from a plant guru that the stuff really likes acidic conditions. (would've been nice if the place(s) I bought it from would've said something :x )So then I tried topping off my substrate with an inch of chopped spagnum moss (probably doesn't matter that it was chopped) and the stuff is growing pretty well (considering the low light conditions at the bottom of the tank) Springtails are also loving the spagnum .mydumname said:My selaginella went to craps. What can I do to get it to grow?
I don't know what your pictures were like before, but I think they look really good now. Very clear. Are you using a digital? I can't get my pictures to come out nearly that nice with a digital.Cody said:Not only am I learning how to use my camera but my frogs have put on a little weight and are alot less timid then when I first got them. I've had these two for about 4 months. What do you guys think?
Hi Cody,Cody said:Xavier,
Nope no calling. Their features are almost identical so I figured they were the same sex. Do I have anything to worry about if its two females or does that not apply to auratus? I also thought the males only called in the presence of females, any truth to that?
Don't know for sure, they're actually WC, I know there was no reason for me to get WC auratus but it was kind of on a whim and the opportunity was there so I jumped on it, it was a more than lucrative trade. I haven't seen any growth except for the beer bellies they recently put on, so my guess is that they are full grown. What should an average auratus weigh? I can throw them on the scale later.Newt said:Cody in the picture that they are both together facing right i would say they are females for sure. But you never know.
How old are your frogs Cody?