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    Default Ground cover plants for X. Borealis

    I am in the process of researching and looking to add an X. Borealis frog to our family in the coming months. Our idea is to have a planted 10g tank with the froggy as the only occupant. I have read many things that say these guys kick up a lot when they swim and I was wondering if it was viable to have a ground covering plant such as grass or glossostigma and if it would withstand being uprooted by the frog.

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    Default Re: Ground cover plants for X. Borealis

    Hi ) what are you planning to feed him with also have you a plan on cleaning the bottom regular with siphon#

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