Echinodorus Murikatus Green grows in natural conditions in the waters of South America. The plant does not require special attention and can be safely recommended for keeping by amateur amateur hobbyists.
Echinodorus Muricatus Green has beautiful bright green leaves. Sometimes on leaves small reddish impregnations are looked through. You can grow a plant as fully submerged under water in aquarium conditions, and in wet conditions of paludarium.
An aquarium for a plant should have a height of at least 50 cm. Under acceptable conditions, the plant grows relatively quickly and reproduces well.
In aquarium conditions, the height of the bush reaches 20-30 cm, and its width up to 20 cm.
The difficulty of growing is simple
Growth rates – high
Temperature – 4-30 ° C
PH value – 4.0–8.0
Water hardness – 1–21 ° dGH
Light level – moderate or high
Use in the aquarium – in the background
Suitability for a small aquarium – no
Spawning plant – no
Able to grow on snags, stones – no
Able to grow among herbivorous fish – no
Suitable for paludariums – yes
It is advisable to plant an echinodus morikatus green into the ground consisting of gravel or fine gravel with a layer of at least 5 cm. Illumination of medium intensity (0.3-0.4 W / l).
Duration of daylight hours is not more than 10 hours per day. It is advisable to limit the ingress of natural light into the aquarium, for which it is desirable to install it away from the window.
This echinodorus is propagated in a vegetative way with seeds that are formed after the flowering of the plant. The flowers are located on long peduncles and are relatively large in size and carry adventitious plants, which generally makes the breeding of this plant very simple and effective.
Under paludarium conditions, Echinodorus murikatus green produces wide, ovate leaves with a blunt end and a round or slightly heart-shaped base. On the upper side of the sheet are streaks of light color.
Press “Like” and get only the best posts on Facebook ↓