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Cyanotis sp.

Cyanotis sp.

  • Unusual, bamboo-like stem plant
  • Smaller than Murdannia keisak
  • Freshly green colour
  • Rather slow growth
  • Rarely found in trade
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Description

This uncommon stem plant was introduced under erroneous names such as "Arthraxon sp." and "Murdannia keisak", probably from tropical Asia. However, it is probably a not yet identified Cyanotis species, possibly also Belosynapsis ciliata. It belongs to the Commelinaceae family as well as Murdannia keisak but differs from the latter for example by smaller size and slower growth. As terrestrial plant it has an ascending, creeping or hanging habit while it grows upright in its submerged form. Its rigid stems resemble bamboo shoots, therefore it was already called "Aquarium bamboo".

Good nutrient and CO2 supply as well as medium to strong lighting is recommendable. The plant grows relatively slowly in its underwater form. The emersed plant has a higher growth rate, provided that it roots in moist, nutrient-rich bottom.

Cyanotis sp. provides an interesting accent, especially as a group in the aquarium midground. It is a smaller, slower growing alternative to Murdannia keisak. The terrestrial form can be used for paludaria and moist terraria where it may creep from the land part into the water.

Please be aware that the submerse form of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.

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Enrico F.
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31st January 2019
Cyanotis sp. - Bunch
Cyanotis sp. - Bunch

.using for wabikusa DOOA. quality, packaging, health of plants, comunication, i think one of best shop on line in europe... great seller.

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Eva N.
Genau wie auf dem Bild
27th March 2018
Cyanotis sp. - Bunch
Cyanotis sp. - Bunch

Pflanze sieht genau wie auf dem Bild aus. Wirkt allerdings etwas mickrig. Im AQ eingesetzt hat sie wohl Umstellungsprobleme, denn sie verliert mehr und mehr Blätter, während alle... (read more)