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Bolbitis heudelotii, the African Water Fern, originally comes from the Congo and has found a large area of distribution in Africa. It has been a popular aquarium plant for many years. It is very easy to care for and does well under rather low light. CO2 is, as for all plants, favourable, but by no means necessary ...
The African Water Fern has a rhizome, which is not put into the substrate but best attached to pieces of driftwood or rocks with thread. The plant develops a fine mesh of aereal roots with small holdfasts, and bit by bit, the African Water Fern will take hold on the substrate. The plant is easy to propagate: simply cut off part of the rhizome.
Max. height approx. 15 - 25 cm
Before putting this plant into a shrimp tank, carefully remove the plastic pot as well as the rock wool around the roots, and quarantine it for some days in a separate container. Change the water daily and provide sufficient light. In the nursery, these plants may have been treated against algae or snails, and this procedure is necessary to get rid of these substances that might be harmful for shrimp.
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Sehr schöne Auflieger-Pflanze. Von den Blättern mal was anders zur Microsorum pteropus.
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