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Hygrophila difformis (wisteria)

The Wisteria, also known as the Water Wisteria, is an undemanding, extremely attractive aquarium plant. The lace-like leaves vary in appearance under different conditions. If the water is colder, they will be small, and lobed in appearance, instead of pinnate. If insufficient light is provided, they will only be slightly pinnate.
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$2.61
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A beautiful, two-color African hardwood for aquariums or terrariums.
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sinks immediately in aquariums and unlike driftwood, will not rot! All natural wood leaches tannins, which discolor water and reduce pH levels.
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Spider Wood per Kg

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Spider Wood is considered a softwood due to the fact that it remains evergreen during its lifetime. This leads to a fast-growing plant that will result in material that's lighter than many other types of driftwood. In some parts of the world, this wood is simply referred to as Rhododendron roots due to its origin.
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Ceratopteris cornuta - Water Sprite

Water Sprite (Ceratopteris cornuta) is an aquatic fern and resembles Ceratopteris thalictroides though the former has more delicate leaves. It is often sold as a floating plant where it develops a very ornamental root system that is suitable for the foam nest building labyrinth fish.
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Hygrophila polysperma

Hygrophila polysperma (family Acanthaceae) is a very popular aquarium plant that is often planted in very large bunches. This is a very easy plant to maintain and can be made to grow really fast by providing good light and nutrients. This is an excellent plant for a new aquarium to help use up excess nutrients. Its propagation is very easy by cuttings and the more the plants are cut back the better they branch out to form bigger plants.
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