Aquarium fish

Ludwig Peruvian or Red Star (Ludwigia Peruensis)

Ludwig Peruvian or red star (Ludwigia peruensis) is a plant used for aquariums. In our country it is considered a rare species, because it is slowly growing and moody in content. Having a high decorative quality, the plant is an amphibian. North America is considered to be the native land of Peruvian ludwig....

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Cryptocoryne nuri (Cryptocoryne nurii Rosen Maiden)

Cryptocoryne Nuri (Nura) is a rosette plant of the cryptocoryne genus. Usually landed in the aquariums for decoration and landscaping. It is rare in culture, as it “scares off” the complexity of its maintenance and reproduction. The plant lives in Malaysia. Grows in shallow water in rivers and streams that have a fast flow....

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Alternatera reinecka pink (roseefolia) (Alternanthera reineckii roseafolia)

Fans of water fauna often create corners of the unique and mysterious world of the kingdom of Neptune in home aquariums. In this they are helped by a variety of underwater plants collected from all over the world during the development of the aquarium hobby of mankind. One of the brightest representatives of the underwater flora is Alternantera pink or "Flower of the land of Osiris" - under this name the plant came to Holland in 1956....

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Indian Limnophila (Limnophila indica)

Indian Limnophila (Limnophila indica) from the Norichnikov family is considered one of the most common plants for the aquarium. This is due to excellent decorative properties, rapid growth and easy care. In the wild grows in the tropics of Africa, Australia. It occurs in places with standing and running water....

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Marsilia - Ground Cover Plant for Aquarium

Marsilia Four-leaved (lat. Belongs to the class Fern-shaped, order Fern, family Salvinius, genus Marsiliev, species Marsilia. It resembles clover. Marcilia is a small herbaceous perennial plant. Rhizome has a very branching and thin structure, it can stalk like above the ground, and slightly submerged in moist soil....

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Creeping Moss

Creeping Moss (Creeping Moss) - a plant used to design aquariums. According to external data, it is similar to such plants as Javanese, Christmas moss. A distinctive feature is its growth method, it seems to creep around. From here this name appeared creeping. Its stems grow horizontally, clinging to the ground, filling with itself the entire space around....

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Cryptocoryne reverse spiral (Cryptocoryne retrospiralis)

Cryptocoryne retrospiral (Cryptocoryne retrospiralis) - grass for the aquarium from the genus Aroid. This is a fairly common plant for aquariums. The leaves are oblong and have a corrugated structure. The color of the leaves can vary from dark green to olive. With conscientious care forms a thick green "jungle"....

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Ammania gracilis

Ammania gracilis or elegant ammania is one of the most common aquarium plants, both for beginner aquarists and professional ones. This is an elegant and beautiful plant that does not require special conditions of detention, but even so, it’s quite difficult to find it on sale, except in specialized stores or with the same aquarium lovers....

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Hemianthus micranthemoides

An unpretentious plant for an aquarium whose bush is lush and beautiful. The most popular name in Russia is hemanthus. It is also called pearl grass, because with proper care the air bubbles deposited on the leaves look like pearls. The popularity of using it at home is due to a number of factors: unpretentious care....

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Christmas moss

Christmas moss is one of the most common aquarium plants. In natural conditions it is found in rivers with clean water and a fast current. In the waters of India, you can often find Christmas moss. In addition, it grows in Japan, China, Southeast Asia. Description Christmas moss is considered one of the most popular mosses for an aquarium....

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Utricularia (Utricularia graminifolia)

Graminifolia ultricularia or pemphigus travifolia - an aquarium plant with an unusually attractive appearance, an elegant and very beautiful plant. Suitable for creating an unusual design in the aquarium. The main difference and at the same time the advantage of ultrasound is that it is a predatory plant....

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Rotala ratundifolia (Rotala rotundifolia)

Rotunda rotundifolia is an aquarium plant with a long stem. It grows in natural conditions in Southeast Asia, capable of forming green caps from lateral shoots. Description Rotala diphundia has a long stem that can grow up to 0.5 m, with a width of up to 3 cm. Leaf blades are always bright green....

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Salvinia Floating (Salvinia)

Floating Salvinia is a small fern belonging to the Salvinia family. In the natural environment, the plant is widespread. It is found in Africa, Asia. Prefers lakes with stagnant water, rivers with a slow flow. It is found in reservoirs of Russia. In our country, the distribution area is the Far East, West Siberia....

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Singapore aquarium moss

Singapore aquarium moss is a common aquarium plant. It is characterized by extreme endurance. There are various forms: water, land, which can grow under the tropical sun. Singapore moss is suitable for aquariums, small domestic ponds. Description Singapore aquarium moss has thin branched stems....

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Staurogin creeping (Staurogyne repens)

Creeping staurogin is a plant used for aquariums. As an aquarium plant began to be used since 2005. From this moment, the popularity of the crawling staurogin grows, this is due to the remarkable decorative qualities and ease of care....

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Pogostemon stellatus (stellate, octopus)

Pogostemon stellatus is an aquarium plant. Found in Japan, China, Australia, Taiwan. The plant is known as pogostemon stellatus, star, octopus. One of the names comes from the Latin word octopus, which when translated means octopus. The plant in appearance resembles the tentacles of an octopus, which is especially clearly visible when the leaves move, getting under the stream....

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Weeping Moss (Vesicularia ferriei Weeping)

Crying moss was imported from China. Recently, the plant has become popular among aquarium enthusiasts, even despite some features in the cultivation. The main distinguishing characteristic is that this type of moss grows down. It got its name due to the fact that the bright green strands of moss hang down and seem to “cry”, as well as “weeping willow”, not all aquarium plants can boast of such external data....

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Millimeter (Barbula sp. Millimeter moss) water moss

Millimeter (Barbula sp. Millimeter moss) is a rather rare species of mosses that have not yet been identified, which is suitable for growing in aquarium conditions, for creating carpet or “pillows”. The millimeter is quite demanding in the care and breeding, so it is chosen only by experienced aquarists....

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