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5+1 FREE (6) Blyxa japonica Live Aquarium Plant LARGE

EUR 5,70 Achat immédiat Sold, EUR 3,37 Livraison

Vendeur: blackthornv2031 (791) 100%, Lieu où se trouve: Delabole, Lieu de livraison: EuropeanUnion, Numéro de l'objet: 172979955744 For sale I have SIX large, healthy stems of this lovely aquarium plant. Pictures shown are of actual plants you will receive. Full details below, please read the whole ad, just so you know exactly what you're getting. Thanks. I am a hobby fish keeper and aquascaper running several high and low tech tanks. These particular plants are taken from my high tech planted tank and are grown under intense Metal Halide lighting with CO2 with additional fertilisers, as such these are very large and healthy stems. As you can see from the pictures, when grown under tense lighting it can take on a lovely golden/bronze colouration. Your plants may or may not have this colour and may or may not have roots attached, but they will root easily and quickly given the right care, with colour developing soon after, in proper conditions. Don't be surprised if your plants 'melt' a short while after going in your tank, it's perfectly normal with delicate plants but don't worry, look after them and they will soon bounce back. As they are taken from an active tank, I cannot guarantee they will be fish egg and/or snail free, although these are unlikely due to my loaches who love eating them! Payment via PayPal only and I will aim to get your plants out within 24 hours. This plant is quite delicate and often doesn't travel too well but I will do my best to ensure it gets to you in the condition I would like to receive it. Postage will be first class royal mail and your plants will be packed in a rigid cardboard box that will fit through your letterbox. Due to potential weekend delays, I post live plants out Monday to Thursday ONLY and reserve the right to delay post during cold spells of weather. I will of course contact you should this happen. ***If you live in a particularly chilly place, or there's likely to be frosty temperatures during transit (Think cargo hold of aircraft for extended periods), then please get in touch before ordering as I do not want to be held responsible for your plants freezing in transit and arriving a sloppy mess. Most previous sales to colder climes in Europe have gone without a hitch with plants arriving in A1+ condition, however, they HAVE frozen in the past, hence my having a not quite so perfect feedback rating. *** Just saying. Thanks for looking and please check out my other items. I also grow several other species of high and low tech plant, but don't always list what I have available on here so if there is anything in particular you would like then please get in touch and we can have a chat.. General Info: Family: Hydrocharitaceae Genus: Blyxa Species: japonica Common names: Japanese rush, dwarf Asian grass, Japanese bamboo plant Known locations: Native from tropical to subtropical Asia growing in paddy fields, ditches, ponds and swamps. B. japonica has also been introduced into parts of Europe including Italy and Portugal Recommended lighting intensity: Medium – High bit will grow well, but slowly in lower light setups if given suitable levels of CO2. Recommended CO2 concentration: Medium – High (20-35ppm) Position in the aquarium: Mid to Back Ground Growth speed: Medium Can be grown emersed? No Propagation: B. japonica readily produces side-stems that are easily removed Notes: Blyxa japonica Blyxa japonica is an obligate aquatic stem plant with leaves resembling blades of grass, spending its whole life submerged in shallow bodies of water throughout tropical and subtropical Asia, only breaching the surface of the water to display small white flowers. B. japonica is a hermaphroditic plant, meaning it has both male and female reproductive organs and is therefore self-pollinating. This species has been known to flower in aquariums, which makes growing this plant from seed a real possibility and an exciting project for the hobbyist looking to try something different. There are a few accounts of B. japonica growing with low levels of CO2 and lighting, but under these conditions colour is pale and growth is less compact due to plants stretching to reach more sufficient levels of CO2 and light. under low tech conditions an established aquarium seems to have better success than a newly set up aquarium, and a nano aquarium is favoured over larger aquariums as lighting intensity and natural CO2 levels are generally a little higher, but success in low tech aquariums is not something often heard of. If you really want this plant to thrive then medium to high levels of both light and CO2 should be provided, with high levels of lighting producing a beautifully deep red colouration. Difficulty Level: Intermediate

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