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Eusteralis stellata, Panigrahi, 1976

Origin: Japan, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia.
KH: 2-12
Height: 50 cm
pH: 6-8.5
Light: High T: 22-28
Additional: Fast growing plant, difficult to obtain, but not too difficult to keep. If enough light is present, the plants will grow fast and stay beautiful from the bottom of the tank to the surface. When the plant reaches the surface, it shoould be cut off approxiamately 10 cm above the soil, and replanted. Leaving the old stem will lead to new sprites quickly.
References:Kasselmann, Christel; Handboek Aquariumplanten(1998). B.V. Uitgeversmaatschappij Tirion, Baarn.

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