White Ribbon

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Anyone have this plant and if so do you have problems with your clown loaches eating it? My 3 Clown Loaches destryed my Amazon Sword and all that is left are the stems ;D Yesterday I bought and planted a white ribbon which is twice the size with thicker leaves and stems. Hopefully they leave it alone.

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I don't know what a white ribbon plant is, do you have a picture or the scientific name ? My Clown Loaches don't destroy my plants so much as dig them up going for snails.
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Butterfly said:
I don't know what a white ribbon plant is, do you have a picture or the scientific name ? My Clown Loaches don't destroy my plants so much as dig them up going for snails.
Carol
Scientific name is "dracaaena sanderiana"

I will try and post a picture too once i figure out how to upload a photo.
 
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I did a searach for the scientific name and did not come up with much but i did find this picture.  just scroll down a bit until you see a picture and look for the plant with white outer edges.

https://www.drpez.net/panel/showthread.php?t=154129

Here is another better picture I just found
 

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Pretty plant but it's not aquatic. Sorry

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I have several of those plants and they really havn't grown or rooted at all in severl months of being in my planted tank. I found out they aren't aquatic and they are going to be in there till my other plants fill in properly. While not growing, they do see hearty enough, they aren't rotting or anything. I don;t have loaches so can;t comment on that part.

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if they are not aquatic will it servive in my tank?
 

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No they will not survive. Eventually they will die, rot and pollute your tank.
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