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This Rotala was apparently found in the Wayanad district in the Indian state Kerala. It is probably a local form of Rotala rotundifolia with especially delicate, narrow, yellow-green submerged foliage. It tends very much to horizontal growth under strong lighting.
We recommend medium to strong lighting, CO2 addition and regular macro- and micronutrient supply. Probably Rotala sp. "Wayanad" has similarly low demands as standard Rotala rotundifolia.
This little known Rotala from India looks especially well as a bushy stand in the aquarium midground.
Please be aware that the submerse form of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
Received a very nice healthy pot, breaks down easily and the small plantlets adapt well. The mature plant looks like a cross between Walichi and R. (read more)
Received a very nice healthy pot, breaks down easily and the small plantlets adapt well. The mature plant looks like a cross between Walichi and R. Green, yellowy hue, tends to want to crawl and small in stature, somewhere between hm and standard Rotalla in size.