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Thread: Fern comming up with VFT

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    Well here it is, not to sure what kind of fern it is but I suspect Adiantum, in my knowledge it is hard to identify ferns so anyone up to the challenge go for it!

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    I would get rid of the fern. CP's don't need the competition for light.

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    Definitely not Adiantum. I'm going with what Jim says; take it outta there before you can't see your VFT anymore.

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    Dude, get rid of it ASAP. It's roots grow VERY fast and it will make it extreamly hard to seperate the VFT.
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    curious about the fern's ID as well, as I have two struggling to break through my terrarium's carpet of D. adelae

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    same here, I had them in a couple plants last year. Transplanted them but they died on me.

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    just treat them the same as you would the VFT's..

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    Yah I pulled those ones and found that the Rizomes are incredibly hard and thick, I also have transplanted them before and have a small fern growing in it's own terrarium right now so still if anyone can Identify that would be cool.

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