I recently aquired a 46g aquarium, which unfortunately is draining my cp funds, which temporarely puts my cp hoarding abilities to a halt. No worries, I'm back as soon as I get the cash [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] .
Now I know that some species of utrics such as U. gibba can survive and an aquarium, but what about other utric species? Will the higher nutrient content have any detrimental affects on the plants. Will they still produce traps?
What about Aldrovanda? I know these guys are hard requireing Co2 and all that, but I am thinking of useing my aquarium to house it since there is a Co2 generator in there. Also, I've never seen an aldrovanda in real life, so how big are the traps? Are they able to capture my tetras?
Genlisea? Thats probably a long shot with all the minerals and nutrients in an aquarium. And its terrestrial, but that can be solved with simple mounting on a suction cup.
Any ideas? Zongyi