…makes me miss Little Granny, my dad, and his brothers. They all had the same taxonomy professor at Tarleton and could argue grass names and nutritional value ’til the cows came home… …and ate the grass.
I’m doing my best to learn everything about blogging, so I’m learning to research when, if ever, I show up in Google search results. Mainly, it’s a fun toy – I don’t have enough viewers yet for the data to do me much good. But I have learned something interesting. This currently-tiny blog has actually…
This freshwater seaweed is still fairly new to the U.S.A. aquarium trade, but it’s pretty fabulous. It doesn’t root, it just drifts about, growing, and providing biofilm surfaces and hiding spaces for shrimp. Our current best understanding is that it is a fern gametophyte (not a liverwort!) of the genus Lomariopsis.
The ultimate plan is to have an entry for every aquarium and riparium plant that I currently possess–and then the aim is to possess more! Please get in touch if you are interested in obtaining aquarium plants and are in the Colorado Springs area! Susswassertang