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Aquarium Plant Database

Aquarium Plant Database - Beta Version 0.1

  1. Amblystegium Serpens

    under construction
  2. Ammannia Gracilis

    Under Construction
  3. Fissidens Fontanus

    Fissidens fontanus or the phoenix moss is a real aquatic moss that can attach itself to wood or rock. The leaves are 3 to 5mm long and dark green. It can survive in non-CO2 injected aquariums, but does better with good CO2 and relatively high light levels. This moss can grow from small particles and even grows back if the wood piece it colonized is allowed to dry out. It can even be seen growing on aquasoil granules. It is particularly prone to colonization by cladophora algae.
  4. Alternanthera Reineckii 'lila'

    Under Construction
  5. Ammannia Senegalensis

    Under Construction
  6. Aegagropila Linnaei

    Aegagropila linnaei, known as Marimo in Japanese and as Cladophora ball, Lake ball, Mossimo or Moss Balls in English, is a species of filamentous green algae found mostly in a number of lakes in the northern hemisphere.
  7. Alternanthera Aquatica

    Under Construction
  8. Anubias Barteri Var. Angustifolia

    Under Construction
  9. Bacopa Caroliniana

    Bacopa caroliniana
  10. Rotala Sp. 'enie'

  11. Anubias Afzelii

    Under Construction
  12. Limnophila Rugosa

  13. Aldrovanda Vesiculosa

    Aldrovanda vesiculosa, commonly known as the waterwheel plant, is the sole extant species in the flowering plant genus Aldrovanda of the family Droseraceae. The plant captures small aquatic invertebrates using traps similar to a Venus flytrap.
  14. Anubias Gigantea

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