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A newly introduced Rotala, originally found by an Indian hobbyist in a rice paddy. Very likely it belongs to the species Rotala rotundifolia. The trade name "Coin leaf" refers to the roundish emersed leaves, however this shape is characteristic of emersed R. rotundifolia. The plant develops an elongate leaf shape under water and beautiful reddish colorations, strong lighting and a good nutrient and CO2 supply provided.
As well as "normal" Rotala rotundifolia, Rotala sp. "Coin Leaf" is a fast growing, easy to grow stem plant, suitable for the midground and background of an aquarium. It grows well with temperatures between 22-28 °C, pH values of 5-8 and soft to hard water.