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    Taxiphyllum alternans ‘Taiwan’

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    Taxiphyllum alternans is Growth of Mini Taiwan moss is horizontal and overhanging, like a mini version of ‘Weeping moss’. Attaching to branching wood or vertical rock will present it at its best and is also very useful for a moss wall or for hiding installations in the aquarium.

    It is an easy and decorative moss with quite low demands, but good light and some added CO2 will promote growth and branching.

    Full identity of this beautiful moss is not yet established and studies may likely place it as a species of family Isopterygium.

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    Tropica Eleocharis Mini Hair Grass

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    Aquarium plant from tissue culture in closed cup.

    Eleocharis acicularis ‘mini’ has even lower growth than the common Eleocharis parvula and was given to Tropica by Thomas Barr from USA. Plant the mini-version in small portions to cover a large area. In short time, a dense carpet will be obtained. Needs light to perform optimally, however, it is one of the most reliable species for creating a carpet – and a minimum of maintenance since the leaves remain short (3-5 cm). Suitable for nano-aquariums.

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    Tropica Eleocharis montevidensis

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    This American Eleocharis montevidensis has a fresh grass green colour and grows to be 20-40cm high. It is basic and low maintenance. Each straw is only few millimeters thick and the plant maintains an open form of growth. It is suitable as a background plant, and can further be planted in front and in the centre of the aquarium, in transparent wads, in order to create depth and perspective. The plant spreads through runners, which occasionally have to be trimmed and maybe planted elsewhere.

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    Tropica Hottonia palustris

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    The stem plant Hottonia from Asia and Europe is an unassuming and easy beginner plant. The many curved shoots with fanned and intensely light green leaves quickly create a close group. Each stem becomes 4-6 cm wide and 10-30 cm high. Frequent cutting of the long shoots ensures growth from the bottom of the plant, and maintains the close, bushy form.
    The plant’s wide form of growth makes it very suitable for the passage between very low and tall plants. The bright green colour creates beautiful contrast and will enhance the shades of surrounding red plants.

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    Tropica Limnobium laevigatum

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    Aquarium plant from tissue culture in closed cup.

    Limnobium laevigatum from South America is a decorative floating plant that is particularly suitable for open aquariums.
    1-5 cm tall and leaves from 5-15 cm wide.

    It is also good in traditional aquariums, because the fine, long and decorative roots provide protection to gouramies and other surface fish that like the roots of floating plants. If there are enough nutrients in the water and the light intensity is good, new leaves will appear above the water surface. It may become necessary to remove some to avoid that the plants beneath it still gets some light.

    When the nutrient level in the water decreases, it will grow much slower which makes it a great indicator of the available nutrients.

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    Tropica Marsilea Hirsuta

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    Marsilea hirsuta is a carpet-plant from Australia. A fascinating plant, usually delivered with leaves like a four-leaf clover. After a transitional period it develops different types of leaves, possibly a low form with single leaves like a large Glossostigma, or alternatively develop two, three or four-lobed leaves varying in height (from 2-10 cm), depending on the growth conditions. Whichever form the plant adopts, it forms runners and spreads rapidly round the aquarium.

    Plant info

    Type: Carpeting
    Origin: Australia
    Growth rate: Medium
    Height: 5 – 20+
    Light demand: Low
    CO2 : Low
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    Tropica Micranthemum ‘Monte Carlo’

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    Micranthemum tweediei ‘Monte Carlo’ originates from Argentina. It has compact, round and fresh light green leaves on creeping stalks and creates a fast-growing carpet in the front of the aquarium.
    The plant can grow in light shadow, but requires good light conditions, as well as CO2 additive, in order to develop optimally and become really compact.

    Plant info

    Type: Carpeting
    Origin: South America
    Growth rate: Medium
    Height: 3 – 5+
    Light demand: Medium
    CO2 : Medium
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    Tropica Phyllanthus fluitans

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    Originated from the American tropics, Phyllanthus fluitans is a floating plant part of the Phyllanthaceae family.

    It is similar to the Salvinia, differentiated only by the mono leave structure on each node. The water repellent, heart shaped leaves hide the stem which can sometimes give life to white flowers with six petals. The more intense the light, the browner the leaves will become. Sustainably cultivated in Denmark.

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  • Tropica Salvinia Auriculata

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    Salvinia auriculata is a cosmopolitan floating fern, 1-3 cm that grows quickly if there is sufficient nutrition and light. Light leaves are a sign of a shortage of micronutrients. It tends to shade light from the plants at the bottom. Salvinia varieties have small hairs on their leaves, making them water resistant.

    Helps prevent algae by shading parts of the aquarium and using nutrients in the water. Grows very big in the wild and in optimum conditions. A decorative plant for open aquariums.

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  • Tropica Staurogyne Repens

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    Staurogyne repens is a fresh green, compact and hardy plant for the foreground of the aquarium and it was found in River Rio Cristalino in the southern Amazonas. Its nearest relative in the aquaristic is Hygrophila but Staurogyne is different with its marked compact, low and bushy stature (5-10 cm) and small green leaves (each stem is 3.4 cm wide).
    When planting in the aquarium, the longest upright shoots should be cut off and new, horizontally creeping shoots will soon form from the plant basis and gradually colonize the gravel.
    At low light, the growth will be more upright and much less side shoots will be formed.

    Plant info

    Type: Stem
    Origin: South America
    Growth rate: Medium
    Height: 3 – 10+
    Light demand: Medium/low
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