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  • Welcome to Everything Aquatic!

    Welcome to Everything Aquatic!

    After much research and learning that there is a lot of inaccurate information about how to care for aquatic fish and inverts, we decided to start this website. It took years to decipher the good from the bad. Let us help you to become a successful aquarist and to have many years to enjoyment with your chosen wet fins. All information found on this site is from decades of experience with keeping fish, inverts and aquatic plants. Nothing on this site has come from those claiming to be experts that have yet to set up their first aquarium! One of the most frustrating thi...
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  • Limnophila Aromatica

    Limnophila Aromatica

    Written by: Zumi Common name: Pink Hippo Grass Latin name: Limnophila Aromatica "Hippuroides" Family name: Scrophulariaceae Plant form: Stem Sold as: Bunch Placement: Background Max size: Height 6-8 inches Planting: Float stems for a week to allow root systems to develop. Gently plant in substrate. Flowers: No Propagation: Cut stems a few inches from the top. Float cutting for a week to allow roots to develop, then plant in substrate. Growth rate: Moderate True aquatic: Yes pH: Any Supplements: Benefits from balanced fertilizers and CO2, needs low nitrates Lighting: High Recommended tank size: Any Care level: Difficult Recommended for beginners: No Limnophila Aromatica ...
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  • Bacopa Madagascariensis

    Bacopa Madagascariensis

    by: "Ace" Common Names: Bacopa Madagascariensis Latin Name: Bacopa Madagascariensis Family Name: Plantaganaceae Plant Form: Stem Sold as: Single/Bunch Placement: Mid/Background Max Size: Height: 10-20 inches (25-50cm) Planting: Substrate Flowers: Purple flower Propagation: clippings Growth Rate: Moderate to Fast (depending on fertilization) True Aquatic: Amphibious pH: 5.5 to 8 Supplements: macro/micro ferts Lighting: Moderate Recommended Tank Size: Any Care Level: Easy Good for Beginners: Yes One of the rarest Bacopa varieties out in the hobby at the moment, you can find this plant from fellow hobbyist. This plant is fairly easy to keep if lighting requirements are met with proper balanced fertilization and CO2 this plant w...
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  • Java Fern

    Java Fern

    Written by: Matt B Common Names: Java Fern Latin Name: Microsorum pteropus Family Name: Polypodiaceae Plant Form: Fern Sold as: Bareroot, potted or attached to driftwood/rock Placement: Fore/Midground Max Size: Height 5-30 cm (6-12 inches) Planting: Do not bury rhizome in substrate. Best tied to hardscape or anchor the fine roots under a rock Flowers: No Propagation: Rhizome division Growth Rate: Medium True Aquatic: Amphibious Plant Care pH: 5.5-8 Supplements: Balanced water column fertilizers Lighting: Low Recommended Tank Size: Any Care Level: Easy Good for Beginners: Yes Java ferns are hardy, undemanding rhizome plants which are a great starter plant for a beginner. The long, spear shaped leaves tend to fan out from the rhizome in an "umbrella" pattern and stand up well with herbivor...
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  • Water Wisteria Plant Care Sheet

    Water Wisteria Plant Care Sheet



    Common Names:
    Water Wisteria
    Latin Name: Hygrophila difformis
    Family Name: Acanthaceae
    Plant Form: Stems
    Sold as: Bunch
    Placement: Background
    Max Size: 24 inches / 60 cm
    Planting: Rooted in substrate or floating
    Flowers: None noted
    Propagation: Stem clippings
    Growth Rate: Moderate to fast
    Originates From: Asia...
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  • Red Melon Sword Plant Care Sheet

    Red Melon Sword Plant Care Sheet

    by Christine aka AlyeskaGirl



    Common Names:
    Red Melon Sword, Ruby Sword
    Latin Name: Echinodorus Barthii var red melon
    Family Name: Alismataceae
    Plant Form: Rosette
    Sold as: Bareroot or Potted
    Placement: Midground or background
    Max Size: 12 inches / 30.48 cm
    Planting: Substrate
    Flowers: Very tiny, often unnoticed
    Propagation: Flowers,...
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  • Purple Cabomba Plant Care Sheet

    Purple Cabomba Plant Care Sheet



    Common Names:
    Red Cabomba, Purple Cabomba, Purple Fanwort, Red Fanwort
    Latin Name: Cabomba pulcherrima
    Family Name: Cabombaceae
    Plant Form: Stem
    Sold as: Bunch
    Placement: Background
    Max Size: 24 inches / 60 cm
    Planting: Substrate
    Flowers: Purple, bell shaped flowers
    Propagation: Stem cuttings
    Growth Rate: Fast ...
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  • Pogostemon Stellatus Plant Care Sheet

    Pogostemon Stellatus Plant Care Sheet



    Common Names:
    Australian Hygro
    Latin Name: Pogostemon stellatus
    Family Name: Lamiaceae
    Plant Form: Stem
    Sold as: Bunch or individual stems
    Placement: Background
    Max Size: 24 inches / 60 cm
    Planting: Anchored in substrate
    Flowers: None known
    Propagation: Stem cuttings
    Growth Rate: Moderate
    Originates From: Asia and Australia waterways ...
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  • Dwarf Baby Tears Plant Care Sheet

    Dwarf Baby Tears Plant Care Sheet



    Common Names:
    Dwarf Baby Tears, HC
    Latin Name: Hemianthus callitrichoides
    Family Name: Linderniaceae
    Plant Form: Stems
    Sold as: Potted or bareroot
    Placement: Foreground or floating
    Max Size: 6 inches
    Planting: In substrate
    Flowers: None known
    Propagation: Splitting mats or clumps
    Growth Rate: Moderate ...
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  • Marimo Moss Ball

    Marimo Moss Ball

    by CJ aka AmazonPassion




    Common Names: Marimo Moss Ball, Moss Ball, Japanese Moss Ball
    Latin Name: Aegagropila linnaei
    Family Name: Cladophoraceae
    Plant Form: Circular Algae Ball
    Sold as: Circular balls either in cups or in a fish tank
    Placement: Foreground and floating
    Max Size: 10 inches / 25 cm in diameter
    Planting: Left free floating, when it sinks just place them in the foreground for easy access
    Flowers: None
    Propagation: Splitting
    Growth Rate: Very slow
    Originates From: Lake AKan, Japan, Iceland, Scotland and Estonia in freshwater lakes

    True Aquatic: Yes

    Plant Care pH: 6.5 - 7.5
    Supplements: Whatever fertilizer you...
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    Last edited by catsma_97504; 05-09-2014, 01:27 PM.
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