Pogostemon erectus content description photo reproduction

Pogostemon erectus content description photo reproduction

Pogostemon erectus (Pogostemon erectus) or straight-standing pogostemon - this is an aquarium plant with a long stem, was introduced for the decoration of aquariums from the western part of the Indian state of Maharashtra and was presented under the name Rotala vertical (Rotala verticillaris). Pogostemon erectus is really very similar to rotala verticillaris, but it is somewhat different in growth: it grows more directly up and the plant itself is larger....

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Iodotrophies: content, care, breeding, compatibility, photo, description

Iodotrophies: content, care, breeding, compatibility, photo, description

Content: This species has been known to European aquarists since 1970. At present, the export of wild specimens from the lake is practically stopped, since all the islands in which this species is found are located on the territory of the national park, but this does not reduce the popularity of this species, since captive breeding more than covers the need for aquarists in this fish....

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Spur frog: keeping, care, breeding, compatibility, photo.

Spur frog: keeping, care, breeding, compatibility, photo.

Spur frog has been known to science since 1802. The head is small, flattened, the muzzle is short, round, eyes are turned up. The pupil is round, eyesight is weak. The upper eyelid atrophied to a small skin fold. The body is dense. On the sides of adult frogs there are dotted organs of touch. The hind limbs are muscular, well developed, the membranes between the fingers, the fingers end with sharp short (2-3 millimeters) and sharp dark claws....

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Why do aquatic plants die?

Why do aquatic plants die?

Much of what was mentioned above explains, to one degree or another, the causes of plant death in amateur aquariums. The main reasons should be attributed to a chronic lack of lighting and carbon dioxide in the water, the lack of certain components of mineral nutrition. It was also noted earlier that many plants can be considered aquatic only conditionally, and such as, for example, dracaenes, syngoniums, chlorophytums, arrowroots, cryptanthus, and many others, are generally not considered aquatic plants and can withstand complete immersion for a period of two weeks up to several months....

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