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Frogbits

(3 customer reviews)

10 in stock

25.00


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Genus: Limnobium
Family Name: Hydrocharitaceae
Origin: Central and South America
Maximum Size: 20 inches
pH: 6.0-7.5
Hardiness: Easy
Light: Medium
Propagation: flower pollination and seed production
Growth: Moderate to fast
CO2: Not Required

Limnobium Laevigatum is the best complementary floating plant for aquariums. Originated from South Africa, this pristine plant showcases fine, long, and decorative roots. It can grow approximately 1-5 cm tall and its leaves from 5-15 cm wide. Its roots also yield protection to gouramies and other surface fish that like the roots of floating plants. When well maintained with proper nutrients and light intensity, new leaves will appear above the water surface. Plus, when the nutrient level in the water decreases, it will grow much slower which makes it a great indicator of the available nutrients.

 

Why Choose to Buy your Aqua Plants from us?

All our plants are submerged so you will not have to go through the melting process when you put them in your watered-up aquarium. We also ensure to treat them so that there are no pests or hitchhikers that will enter your tank and harm your livestock or infest your other aquatic plants. We ensure the best possible service for your purchase!

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3 reviews for Frogbits

  1. markuscleofe2421

    After 3 days of shipping, received the plants in good condition.
    Hopefully they will continue to grow and not die.
    The store is very responsive and very kind as well.
    They also packed the plants very well, so kudos to them.

  2. arvr_alex

    Bought and received the plants, same day. This was my first purchase. The plants were packed well however, there were some snails under the frogbits..

  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

    There are some chewed off leaves and holes when I got them and upon a week of quarantine, I saw a hitchhiking snail and a snail egg sacks in one of them. That must be the culprit, however, I noticed a lot of dark microscopic dots in all of the underside of the plants that looks like mites that eats away the waxy part of the leaves. I asked via customer service and have yet to receive a reply in what to do with it. It is producing new leaves but in a few days it shows some dark spots.

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