Java fern, Microsorium pteropus, is known for its ability to tolerate low light levels and for not being eaten by many fish. While it is not supposed to taste good, no one told my goldfish who ate the plant I put in with them years ago. Most other fish leave it alone. Java fern is a fern that will produce spores and often baby plants right on the leaf. This plant does okay in my tanks with moderate light, soft water, and temperatures in the low 70's. It is very slow growing. Leaves can grow pretty large but then tend to rot and die, often with "babies" growing on them at that point. The small ramshorn snails in my tanks seem to enjoy "chewing" on it but the plant seems only minorly affected. thankyou for asking. :)
that is one of the ways that java fern reproduce, they will form into little leaves ans fall off
A staghorn fern doesn't get eaten by anything.
The Florida fern caterpillar is the organism that will eat the Boston fern.
can a java fern survive in the ocean
catipillar and frogs
It's pretty complex-ed but I'll explain it to you... YOUR mom eats a kidney fern and soon you will to... It's a disease passed down by your relatives. Your children will suffer as well as your wife. Kidney Fern CURSES YOU!!