Journal of the International Aroid Society, Inc.
Volume 3, Number 4 (1980); Pages 130-132
Aroids in the public aquarium
By Craig Phillips    
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As every hobbyist knows, aquatic plants are both an aesthetic and a desirable complement to tropical fish tanks in the home. However, in the average public aquarium where individual tank capacity may be measured in thousands of gallons, decorative plants are usually either made of plastic or else notable by their absence, a fact on which visitors often comment.


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