Mini Jade lotus Moss/ Jungermannia truncata nees on rock
|QUANTITY||SMALL BUNCH ON ROCK|
|PLANT POSITIONING||FOREGROUND, ON DRIFTWOODS, ROCKS, ETC.|
LOW & MEDIUM
LOW & MEDIUM
|PLANT DIFFICULTY LEVEL||EASY|
Planting and care:
- Easy to care.
- Can tolerate low light.
- Providing fertilizer will lead to better growth.
- Temperature: 740F.
- PH : 7.4 or below.
- Regular cropping will do well.
- Aquarium accessories like lightings, enhances the beauty of the plant hence making the aquarium very attractive.
|COMMON NAME||MINI JADE LOTUS MOSS|
|DIFFICULTY LEVEL||EASY TO GROW|
|TEMPERATURE||10 – 280C|
About this plant:
Mini jade lotus moss is definitely a very rare aquarium moss that really is very difficult to obtain. It comes under the Kingdom Plantae, Division: Marchantiophta, Class: Jungermanniopsida, Family:Jungermanniineae.
The morphology of this aquarium plant is very similar to a mini lotus plant. They have succubous leaves. It originated in Japan. It has a slow growth rate. With sufficient amount of carbon dioxide, lighting, and fertilization this plant grows very well in your aquarium. Presence of this plant in your aquarium helps to increase its aesthetic beauty. It is a very sensitive moss.
Optimum temperature must be kept below 740F. PH must be maintained at a 7.4 or below. Cropping the plant at regular intervals will do well. It provides good shade coverage for the fishes and other organisms in the aquarium. Most of the species of this moss is from the temperate regions. It best suites in the shrimp tanks. This elegant plant will make your aquarium look stunning. Its greenish appearance will provide a natural look which makes your fish feel happy. It is available online
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Quantity: Small bunch on rock
Light requirement: Low & Medium
Plant positioning: Foreground, On driftwoods, Rocks, etc.
CO2 requirement: Low & Medium
Plant difficulty level: Easy
Plant Propagation: Cuttings
It is one of the exotic products that Himadri is bringing for the true hobbyists in India for the first time. Our wildlife expedition team recently found this moss from the western ghats forest in India. This is one-of-a-kind moss that can tolerate low light and CO2 conditions in aquariums. It can both be used on submerged and emersed accessories in vivariums.
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