Plants of the genus Hygrophila which are cultivated emersedly can occaisonally show small, firm tissue overgrowths ("pustules") on their upper and lower leave side. These are completely harmless and not caused by pest infestation or disease. On newly sprouted submerged leaves these spots will no longer appear.
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This plant is traded as Hygrophila sp. "Thailand. It certainly belongs to Hygrophila corymbosa and is probably identical with H. corymbosa "Siamensis 53B". This stem plant features a reddish stem, quite narrow, light green leaves and an upright, very bushy growth habit in its underwater form.
As with many other Hygrophila forms, this plant has no special requirements. However it benefits much from good lighting, CO2 addition and regular micro and macro nutrient supply. It is easily propagated by cuttings.
Hygrophila sp. "Thailand" looks beautiful as a group in the midground to background of aquaria.
Die ist wirklich XL ! ! ! Die Qualität ist erstklässig, richtig satt grün und richtig groß. Die verpackung war TOP. (read more)
Die ist wirklich XL ! ! !
Die Qualität ist erstklässig, richtig satt grün und richtig groß. Die verpackung war TOP.