Dennerle Riccardia chamedryfolia (graeffei) In-Vitro
Origin - Asia
Type - Moss
Growth - Slow
Height - 1 cm - 3 cm
Width - 3 cm - 5 cm
Light demands - 1 Watt per liter
CO2 demands - 15-25 mg per liter
Riccardia chamedryfolia – a liverwort - is one of the most attractive mosses. It is widespread throughout tropical Asia, and we found it at a small waterfall on Sulawesi. Riccardia has an incredibly intricate structure. With firm, coral-like, dark green shoots can be easily attached to driftwood and rocks. This is an easy moss to care for under medium light conditions; CO2 is not essential but does encourage healthy, strong growth. Riccardia’s small size makes it suitable for Nano Cubes.
The algae and snail-free Dennerle In-Vitro laboratory plants can be kept in the box for weeks before planting. Please never open the box before use as the sterile environment can get contaminated and the quality of the product can quickly deteriorate. Rinse off the jelly and cut back the root-ends before planting. The plant can be separated into smaller bunches before use.
|Name||Dennerle Riccardia chamedryfolia (graeffei) In-Vitro|
|Akvárium típusa||Mid-High Light - High Tech|