Staurogyne repens – Aqua Art In-vitro

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Description

Description:

Staurogyne repens
A slow-growing green plant for the fore and midground.

Characteristic:

Staurogyne repens

Planting site: Midground
Origin: South America
Growth: Free
Height: Up to 10 cm
Lighting: Medium
CO2: Medium


Staurogyna is a compact, hardy, foreground plant with intense green leaves. It was found in the Rio Cristalino River in the southern Amazon. Its closest derivative in the family of aquarium plants is Hygrophila, but Staurogyne sp. Differs from it by its distinct, cohesive structure and small green leaves. When planting in an aquarium, the longest vertical shoots should be cut. After this treatment, horizontal shoots will form the basis of the new plant and gradually spread throughout the aquarium.

Take the plant out of the cup and rinse it thoroughly under running water. Then divide into small (1-2 cm) tufts and plant them out in short distances. As it grows, it will create a homogeneous group of adult plants.
Plant from invitro culture – free from snails, parasites and algae. A high-quality liquid gel was used as the medium, thanks to which it is quickly absorbed in the aquarium.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg