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Hairgrass (Eleocharis parvula)
A low-growing Eleocharis that forms runners close to the parent plant. It is prettiest planted in small bunches quite close to each other, which will gradually form a solid mass of plants. An ideal foreground plant, equally suited to large and small aquariums.
Hygrophila corymbosa ‘Compact’ (1 pot – 07 stems)
A very compact variety of Hygrophila corymbosa, with the leaves set close to the stalk.
Forms numerous side shoots, enhancing the compact appearance. The leaves are a dark brownish-green, when the plant leaves the nursery, but after a transitional period in the aquarium they turn pale green and silver-white on the underside.
In strong light, the newest leaves may become reddish brown and in dimmer light, the oldest ones die away after a while. New side shoots often forms to replace the old ones.
Staurogyne sp. “Porto Velho” (1pot – 10 stems)
In Contrast to Staurogyne repens, Staurogyne sp. ‘Porto Velho’ is only rarely cultivated in Europe at the moment. In the USA and Japan, however, it is one of the most popular new foreground plants. It is a very attractive, versatile plant and will very probably remain popular for many years to come. Quite obviously, Staurogyne sp. ‘Porto Velho’ is identical with the aquarium plant sold as Hygrophila sp. ‘Roraima’, which probably originates from another import. The Brazilian federal states Rondonia (with the capital Porto Velho) and Roraima both are situated in the western part of the country. Thus it is highly probable that these plants, originally collected there, belong to the same species that is distributed in both these states. At first, this plant was considered a Hygrophila species, however, its inflorescence shows characteristics of the related genus Staurogyne.