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Aponogeton ulvaceus is a conspicuous plant with broad, very wavy, light green, translucent leaves. It comes from standing waters in Madagascar and resembles certain marine green algae (Ulva), therefore its name. Aponogeton ulvaceus is mostly delivered as a tuber that develops many leaves in the aquarium. It's best suited as a specimen plant in large tanks. Nutrient-rich substrate and soft to medium hard, slightly acid to neutral pH are recommendable, moderate lighting is adequate. From time to time, this Aponogeton takes a dormant phase.
Aponogeton madagascariensis is normally delivered as a bulb without leaves that will sprout in the aquarium. Please note that the bulb that you will receive may be still leafless.
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
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|Synonyms||Aponogeton ambongensis Jumelle|
|Complete botanical name||Aponogéton ulváceus Baker|
|pH value||4 - 7|
|Temperature tolerance||18 - 34°C|
|Carbonate hardness||2 - 15°dKH|
|General hardness||0 - 30°dGH|
|Can grow emersed?||no|
|Aponogeton ambongensis Jumelle|
|Complete botanical name|
|Aponogéton ulváceus Baker|
|4 - 7|
|18 - 34°C|
|2 - 15°dKH|
|0 - 30°dGH|
|Can grow emersed?|