Description This is probably the Aponogeton speci . most suited toaquarium use; its leaves are approximate!,' 10 in (25 cm) long with wavy, translucent pale grei . blades In turbulent water Aponogeton ulvaceus m exhibit a certain variety of shapes, with longer and narrower or shorter and wider leaves, depending on tha current.
Propagation By division of offshoots; propagation by seeding is more difficult and rarely succeeds. Environment Temperature: 68-74 °F (20-23 C) with frequent, if partial, renewal. pH neutral. Wattr hardness soft Illumination normal, diffuse il possib! Soil sandy, a mixture of coarse sand and mud.
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