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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 1:52 pm Post subject: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Anyone  kept  this  ?
 How  slow  is  it  ?
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 2:25 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Madan,
 
 Got  this  one  around  december  09  and  tried  keeping  it  till  may.  Had  very  little  growth  in  a  2x1x1  with  diy  co2.  Finally  gave  it  to  my  neighbor  who  is  interested  in  plants.  Havent  checked  back.  Will  let  you  know  in  few  days.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 2:26 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Kept  it  successfully.  But  lost  it  due  to  heat.  Having  a  decent  dormant  period  but  once  started  growing,  it's  steady.  Growth  rate  is  half  compare  to  other  pellia.  Cool  and  soft  water  will  do  the  magic.
 
 I  think  Adip/Mayur  also  kept  it  before.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 2:32 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 After  2  months  of  planting,
 
 
 
 started  with  1"x1"  patch.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 2:49 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Tirtha  is  this  grown  emersed  before  it  is  shipped  ?
 
 The  (?)leaves  (submerged)  in  your  pic  are  as  large  as  regular  Monosolenium  tennerum  -  Pellia.
 
 Adip  had  Riccardia  graffei,  which  he  got  from  Japan  and  not  R  chamedryfolia.
 
 Pretty  slow  grower  looks  like.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:06 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Madan  Sir,  Got  it  from  Karin  and  it  was  grown  submerged.  Don't  go  by  the  size  of  the  leaves  in  the  picture.  Its  a  super  macro.  The  size  of  it's  leaves  are  more  than  75%  -80%  smaller  than  normal  pellia.  And  yes...  Slow  grower  for  sure.  But  it  was  really  rewarding  to  see  the  rocks  covered  by  it.  
 
 Right  now  I  have  some  round  pellia(subwrassertang)  growing  with  me.  Let  me  know  if  you  want,  will  send  you.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:07 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Both  are  the  same,  or  different,  no  one  knows..................been  checking  up  and  it's  all  confused.  Shocked  
 
 Bah...  now  I  don't  even  know  what  I  am  going  to  get  !
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:09 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 This  is  what  I  had  -
 http://www.aquashrimps.co.uk/products/Mini-Pellia-%252d-Riccardia-chamedryfolia.html
 
 Different  from  Tirtha's  picture.  The  leaves  (If  I  can  call  it  that)  were  quite  narrow  and  thicker.  Never  saw  the  translucent  ones.
 
 Its  growth  was  too  slow.  Hardly  a  centimeter  in  6months.  But  it  was  kind  of  low  tech  tank.
 
 lighting  2x14watt  T5s
 PH  -  ~6.8
 diy  co2  
 
 PS:  Got  it  from  a  hobbyist  in  Singapore  as  'mini  pellia'
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:13 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Deepak,  we  both  had  the  same  thing.  My  picture  is  confusing  as  it  is  a  closeup.  Otherwise  the  one  in  the  link  and  the  one  I  had  is  same.  But  it's  not  that  as  slow  as  you  have  experienced.  In  4  months  the  rock  was  covered  by  it  completely.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:16 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 I  have  R  chamedryfolia.  Bought  it  from  Bioplast,  SG.  It  needs  low  temp,  grows  a  bit  slow  (but  not  painfully  slow)  and  takes  a  while  to  get  used  to  new  tank  conditions.  This  plant  can  be  a  real  pain  in  your  posterior  end  as  bits  of  it  breaks  off  and  gets  attached  to  other  mosses.
 
 This  pic  was  taken  about  6or  7  months  back.  Will  post  recent  pics  later.
 
 
 I  also  have  native  Ricardia  sp  collected  from  the  north  part  of  kerala.  Will  post  pics  later
 
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:20 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 hi  i  got  fissidens  growing   and  all  mosses,  can  i  get  these  also  to  grow  aquaholic,can  i  source  some  from  you
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 4:49 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Ok  vince  will  wait  for  your  pic.
 
 nayak  and  co  collected  a  moss  on  one  of  their  trips,  it's  acclimatised  to  submerged  growth  in  his  killies  tank.
 I'll  try  that  out  too.
 With  mosses  it's  one  moss  per  tank  or  you  end  up  with  unknown  cocktails.
 
 It's  time  we  ditched  all  these  so  called  exotic  plants  and  started  keeping  our  local  ones.
 Mail  ordering  some  of  these  costs  as  much  as  a  collection  trip  !
 When  in  any  case  you  don't  know  what  you  are  getting,  unknown  local  is  better.  Very Happy  
 The  international  wow  quotient  jumps  too.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 7:51 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Hi  Madan
 
 Have  this  in  my  new  planted  setup,  again  not  sure  if  its  Riccardia  graffei  or  Riccardia  chamedryfolia
 
 In  2.5  Months  it  has  latched  on  pretty  nicely  to  the  wood  that  i  have  tied  it  to  and  growing  very  slow.  I  had  some  of  the  same  plant  on  a  small  piece  of  driftwood  in  my  CRS  Tank,  That  did  extremely  well  and  comparatively  faster,  so  i  would  say  it  does  quite  well  in  Soft  Water  and  Lower  Temperatures.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:49 pm Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

                                                   
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Ok  vince  will  wait  for  your  pic.
 
 It's  time  we  ditched  all  these  so  called  exotic  plants  and  started  keeping  our  local  ones.
 Mail  ordering  some  of  these  costs  as  much  as  a  collection  trip  !
 When  in  any  case  you  don't  know  what  you  are  getting,  unknown  local  is  better.  Very Happy  
 The  international  wow  quotient  jumps  too.                

 Madan,  You  got  me  into  this  Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 7:26 am Post subject: Re: Riccardia chamedryfolia Reply with quote

 Riccardia  chamedryfolia.  Pic  taken  yesterday
 
 
 Native  Riccardia  sp
 
 
 
 
 Totally  agree  with  you  on  local  plants.  I  have  close  to  a  dozen  varieties  of  native  bryophytes.  None  of  them  are  ID'd.  I  have  sent  a  few  samples  to  Prof  Benito  Tan  through  Loh  K  L  to  ID.
 
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