OKAA OKC Chapter. HAP – Everything you wanted to know about plants but were afraid to ask. Well OK just enough to HAP them. Requirements.
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About 1/2 cup (not including water) must be submitted. For plants such as Wolffia arrhiza and other similar species, at least one heaping tablespoonful must be submitted.
For bunch plants, the initial stem count shall be at least six stems, rooted or unrooted, and must be doubled as determined by the count of growing stems. * Exceptions are for larger stem plants such as Alternanthera species, Gymnocoronis spilanthoides, and Hygrophilia species including and similar to H. corymbrosa
Reproducing by the means of runners, shall be recognized when three or more healthy plants are produced, which are capable of living independently from the parent plant. The parent plant must be alive and healthy.
Flowering, when properly verified, shall be awarded extra points equal to the value of the asexual propagation of the particular plant species.
Sexual reproduction will be recognized for one or more plant reproducing by sexual means from the aquarists own stock. Sexual propagation will be awarded 1.5 times the value of asexual propagation. Seeds and reproduced plants must be from the members parent plant(s) and not obtained from a supplier or nursery. The reproduction of those plants propagating form spores i.e. (ferns) will be considered a sexual reproduction and shall be awarded 1.5 times the point value of the asexual propagation of the particular plant species.
Regrowth of a seasonal plant does not count as propagation, it is simply classified as a new growth. (Examples are the Aponogeton sp.)
For class G, growth that is simply continued growth of obtained plants does not count! Material turned in for AHAP must be from side shoots, new stems after trimming, or runners.
5 Pts. Caulerpa mexicana, prolifera, racemosa, serulariodes, and Enteromorpha flexuosa.
10 Pts. All Bryopsis species, Caulerpa crassifolia, lanuginosa, serrulata, taxifolia, All Chadtomorpha species, Cladophora prolifera, Codium decorticatum.
15 Pts. Batophora oerstedii, Caulerpa cupressoides, verticillata, All Chadtomorpha species, All Cladocephalus species, Codium repens, Dasycladus vermicularis, Dictyophaeria cavernosa, Neomeris annulata, All Penicillus species, All Rhipilea species, and all Ulva species
20 Pts. All species of Green Macroalgae not mentioned in other point catagories.