Aquarium fish

Limnophila aromatica (Limnophila aromatica)

Limnophile aromatics is a plant that grows in southeast Asia or in other areas with a tropical and subtropical climate. It grows along the banks of rivers with a slow flow, grows very quickly in rice fields and in humid places with high air temperature. This unusual name this plant received from its special, pleasant smell....

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Anubias barter (Anubias var. Barteri)

This plant belongs to the Anubias family and was imported from tropical countries (Africa, Gabon, Guinea). There are about ten varieties. Prefers to grow both under water and on the surface in marshy areas in the shade of bushes and trees. Also suitable for breeding in aquarium conditions....

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Glossostigma Warrior (Glossostigma elatinoides)

The native land of this plant is New Zealand, Australia, etc. It belongs to the Norichnikov family. Considering that glossostigma elatinoides grows near water, it also feels good in summer and even blooms with small white flowers. Appearance Glossostigma has opposite leaves, about 1 cm....

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Aquarium selection

Choosing an aquarium is not an easy task, especially for a beginner aquarist. It must be chosen, depending on the needs, desires, tastes and capabilities of your apartment. It is important to consider that fish can grow and reproduce only in such aquariums in which the most optimal living conditions are created for them....

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Azolla Carolina (Azolla caroliniana)

Caroline azolla is also called an aquatic fern, which belongs to the order of azollaceae. Today, azole has adapted to various climatic conditions, and has appeared in other European countries. In most cases, aquatic fern grows floating on the surface, and only occasionally can become fixed in the ground....

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Didiplis Diandra

In its appearance, this plant resembles an Indian rotala, but in fact, everything is different. Dilipis diandra is an aquarium plant that was imported from North America. It grows in nature along the edges of ponds, lakes or rivers, and can also grow completely immersed in water. It feels good in clay soil....

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Lilaeopsis (Lileopsis) Brazilian (Lilaeopsis brasiliensis)

Lileopsis (lilaeopsis) is a plant of the umbrella family. It is a perennial herbaceous ground cover plant. The genus contains only 9 species of plants that are very similar in morphological characteristics, so professionals often confuse them. The stem is long, partially submerged in the ground. On the stem are nodes from which clusters depart, from which leaves grow....

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Hygrophila polyspermous (Hygrophila polysperma)

Hygrophilus or Indian Elodea is an aquarium plant that is ideal for beginner aquarists. And all because it is one of the most hardy and common on sale. Hygrophila polysperma was imported from Asia, but also found in China, India, the USA, etc. It is found in many reservoirs, rivers, lakes and is considered a weed....

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Cryptocoryne parva

Many aquarium holders pay great attention to its beauty and appearance. But for some people this option is not suitable, because living grass is much more beautiful and more pleasant for the eyes. For landscaping the aquarium very often choose a grass called "Cryptocoryne Parva." After all, it is small in size, does not require special care and fits perfectly into the style of the aquarium, decorating it....

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Curly Cryptocoryne (Cryptocoryne crispatula)

Curly cryptocoryne is quite large in size and quite unpretentious plant, which is actively used for decorative purposes by many aquarists. It is worth noting that this plant has a very powerful root system. According to the location of its leaves, it belongs to the type of rosette plants....

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Seated Flowering Limnophila (Limnophila sessiliflora)

Limnophila sessiliflora, a flowering plant for the aquarium from the Norichnikov family. It prefers to choose swamps and slow-flowing rivers for settlement. In the natural environment in Japan, Vietnam, the Philippines, the plant threatens rice fields, clogging crops. In the United States, war has been declared in some regions of limnophile....

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Cryptocoryne yellow (Cryptocoryne lutea)

Cryptocoryne lutea belongs to the aroid variety, the homeland is the island of Sri Lanka. Today it is a very common aquarium plant. This green plantation is suitable for growing in aquariums with a wide variety of conditions. In addition, cryptocoryne has an attractive appearance, due to its unusual color and beautiful leaves that form a dense bush up to 20 cm high....

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Cryptocoryne hudoroi

Home / Aquarium plants / Cryptocoryne hudoroi This plant is rarely found at the bottom of aquariums. This kind of cryptocoryne can be called a very interesting instance. Thanks to it, it becomes possible to erect a composition with a dramatic shade in the central part of the aquarium....

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Cryptocoryne Becket (Petch) (Cryptocoryne Petchii)

Cryptocoryne Becket, or Cryptocoryne Petchii, is a species of aquatic plant that is very easy to confuse with some varieties of Cryptocoryne Wendt, because their leaf color and size are directly dependent on environmental conditions. The main difference is the height of the plant: Cryptocorin Petch is slightly smaller and reaches a height of 15 cm....

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Hygrophilic corymbose loosestrife

Hygrophila corymbose loosestrife (Hygrophila corymbosa angustifolia) - an undemanding plant for aquariums. You can also find it under other names - hygrophilic lactuctris, lake hygrophil, hygrophilus narrow-leaved. Undemanding to the environment. Each aquarist needs not only the population of his home reservoir, but also its appearance....

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Krinum wavy (Crinum calamistratum)

Wavy crinum is a fairly well-known freshwater plant, especially among those who are fond of aquarium hobbies, belongs to the amaryllis family. It was imported from western Africa. This plant in the wild is an inhabitant of periodically drying up reservoirs, therefore for some time it can be in the open air....

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Ludwig red or creeping (Ludwigia Repens)

Ludwigia red or creeping (Ludwigia Repens), due to its decorativeness and ease of care, is considered one of the most popular aquarium plants. It grows in the natural environment in America, in the northern and central regions. The plant can be seen along the shores of lakes, rivers, small ponds, ditches....

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Furkata Cabomba or Reddish (Cabomba Furcata)

Cabomba Furcata (Cabomba Furcata) or, as it is also called, red cabbage, belong to the cabomba family. This plant grows in the warmest reservoirs, as well as the rivers of South America, less often it can be found in Central America. Most often, a reddish cabomb is found in stagnant and calmly flowing water bodies....

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